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"Now" has come again for us
Age has made us see
That always comes a certain day
When starting has to be!
Teacher of the Year 4
Sr. Activities 53
Sr. Speeches 66
Sr. Portraits 73
"Now" is gone forevermore
Time has made us see
That always comes a certain day
When ending has to be.
(Written for the Class of '72
by Mrs. Paul Lyman)
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The Class of 1972 dedicates this Yearbook to Mr. Frank Kelley in gratitude for his
four years as our class advisor and with warm memories of his patience and
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Mrs. Betsy Cronin
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Mr. Walter Pierce — Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Derek Little — Assistant Superintendent of Schools
Mr. Jerry Houghton — Business Manager
School Committee Seated. Miss Imbimbo, Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. Clark. Standing-
Mr. Demos, Mr. McNamara, Mr. Brook .
Roman House Staff
Mr. Garrett — Assistant Principal
Mr. Lentine — Graphic Arts
Mr. McMahon — Principal
Mrs. Boudreau — Business
Miss Gladding — Art
Mr. Cripps — Social Studies
Mrs. Basmajian — Social Studies
Mr. Jones — Math
Miss Soudla — Chemistry
Mr. Fessenden — Social Studies
Miss Dadoly — Chemistry
Mr. Keller — Industrial Design
Mr. Grecoe — English
Mrs. Bell — Math
Mrs. Koure — English
Mrs. Cowhig — Business
Mr. Hambelton — Industrial Arts
Mr. Menzies — Music
Mrs. King — Math
Mr. Dulong — English
Mr. Babcock — Math
Miss Bocchino — French
Mr. Ferraro — Student Teacher
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Miss Falzano — Home Economics
Mrs. Flynne — Reading
Mr. DeGeorge — Industrial Arts
Mrs. Page — English
Mr. Malay — English
Mrs. Shea — English
Teachers' Aides: Mrs. Terricone, Mrs.
Teachers' Aides: Mrs. Landry, Mrs. Rudnicki,
Mrs Mindell — English
Miss Rynne — Home Economics
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Mrs. Lewis — Foreign Languages
Miss Gamble — Science
Mrs. Belanger — Business
Miss Cassidy — Physical Education
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Mr. Aylward — Physical Education
Mrs. Hill — Art
Mr. Fardy — Biology
Mr. Danielson — Student Teacher
Mrs. Cronin — English
Mr. McDermott — Industrial Arts
Mr. Nelson — Math Tutor
Mrs. Harvey — Business
Miss Rydzewski — Student Teacher
Mr. Hill — Math
Mrs. MacDonald — Business
Mr. Milley Math
Mrs. Partlow Home Economics
Dr. Pederson — Science
Mrs. Gershon — Business
Mrs. Symonds — English
Miss David — Home Economics
Miss Ritvo — Reading Specialist
Mrs. Webber — Business
Miss Milanese — English
Mr. Cote — Shop Math
Mrs. Fitzgibbons — Business
Mr. Hamilton — English
Mrs. Hone — French
Miss McCarthy — Physical Education
Mr. Dicey — Industrial Arts
Mr. Joyce — English
Miss Kroll — Social Studies
Miss Cram — /4/7
Miss Hernandez — Foreign Languages
Mr. Woodbury — A/a?/z
Mr. Shiere — Business
Mr. Breakey — Dean of Students
Miss Marshall — Guidance
Miss Abbood — Guidance
Mr. Hamilton — Guidance
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Mr. Cogan — Guidance
Mrs. Gearty — Office Secretary
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Mr. DeLuca — Work Study
Mrs. Harding — Librarian
Mrs. Erickson — Head Librarian
Mrs. Hovey — Dental Hygienist
Mrs. Barry — Office Secretary
Mrs. Gagnon — Family Living
Mrs. Wentworth — Teachers' Aide
Mrs. Burke — Secretary
Mrs. Duffy — Secretary
Mrs. Capodanno — Teachers' Aide
Mrs. Martin — Nurse
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1st Row: Mike Severin, Joe Scifo, Bob Conlin, Mike Rounds, capt., Steve Holloway, capt., Paul Ritchie, Artie Bibeau, Ray Ventura, Coach
Bellisimo. 2nd Row: Bob Noel, Wayne Sferrazza, Jack Barry, Bill Woller, Steve Neal, Paul Olson, Leo Campbell, Dan Stygles, Coach Ayl-
ward. 3rd Row: Tony Maxfield, manager, Dennis Sullivan, Mark Jepson, Phil Morrisey, Ray Noel, Dean Devlin, Bruce McMillan, Jack Hollo-
way, Steve Coursey, Coach Ritchie. 4th Row: Tony Romano, Al Jansen, Jack Stygles, Paul Fitch, Jack Vertus, Joe Lunetta, Tom Woods, Rich
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Kneeling: Peggy McNamara, Anne Novak, Karen Ballou, Cheryl Arzilli, Donna
Brewster, capt. Standing: Jeanne Cleary, Nancy Drugan, Sonja Anderson, Cathy
Howlett, Robin Jensen, Pam Morris, Sheila Cavanaugh, Donna Mullens.
1st Row: Jimmy Sughrue, Frank Shukus, Mike Sullivan, Rick Keane, Joey Sullivan, Carl Abell, Doug
Spring, Peter McNaughton. 2nd Row: Carl Singelais, manager, Eddie Carrasco, Chris Nee, Joey Thomas,
Eddie Maloney, Dana McQuaid, Ian Maclnnis, Tom Webber, Mark Blaisdell, 3rd Row: Coach Kelley,
Alan Valenti, Dave Newhouse, Ralph Halpin, Bob Tillotson, Richard Cram, Steve Gustus, Bob Connors,
Wayne Kirby, Dave Mather, Larry Singelais, Mike Kaminski.
1st Row: Linda McVicker, Lisa Pellitier, Patty Pintrich, Nancy Ferguson, Carlene Butler,
Joan Bellisimo. 2nd Row: Roberta Pilcher, Diane Rossi, Karen Boeri, Donna Freeman,
Sandy McNevin. 3rd Row: Liz Godzyk, Cheryl Murphy, Carol Cipriani, capt., Kathy Gil-
lis, capt., Martha Rounds, Lea Gerhartz, Miss Cassidy, coach.
1st Row: Chris DeCecca, Les Wiberg, Ron Lawrenson, Bruce McDonald, Mark West, Bob Swisher, Mark Kalkanajian, Alan Jensen,
Damien Tiernan, Danny Spear, Dave Maloney, Tom Buckley. 2nd Row: Howie Coombs, Paul Cavanaugh, Barry Aruda, Tom Aprile,
Marcel Deveau, Jack Morrison, Rick Lipski, capt., Roy Myer, Chuck Wood, Fred Perry, Ricky Vertus, Tim Swisher, Wayne Croswell.
3rd Rwo: Mr. Zwicker, Frank Simmons, capt., Jack Conlin, capt., Donald Capone, Richard Buck, Jim Martin, Ralph Decker, Doug Har-
rison, Harold Wolley, Gary Smith, Steve Winston, Cliff Clark, Bob Walsh, Chris Norton, Michael Walsh, Dave Hooper, Bob Stewart,
Mr. Lentine, coach, Mr. Peabody, asst. coach, Mr. Keller, asst. coach.
1st Row: Rick Keane, capt.. Jack Barry, capt., Bill Badialli, capt., Mr. Kelley, coach. 2nd Row: Eddie Adams, Carl Abel, Jim-
my Cavanaugh, Doug Spring, Ian Maclnnis, Sean Cunningham, Chris Nee, Mark Blaisdell, Paul Sferrazza, Frank Shukus. 3rd
Row: Bill Woller, Steve Coursey, Wayne Volki, Steve Gustus, Ray Dudley, Tony Napolitano, Rich Marasco, Jim Murphy, Don
Capone, Ralph Halpin, Marcel DeVeau. 4ih Row: Peter George, Ralph Dalton, Artie Bibeau, Carrie Krasncznekevich, Dale
McCully, Richard Barry, Joe Leary, Rick McCully.
Kneeling: Jim Maxwell, capt., Paul Ritchie, capt. Standing: Coach DiSarcina, Bob Conlin, Dave McLain, Mike Rounds, Henry Lan-
dry, Phil Morrisey, Cliff Clark, Bob Noel, Wayne Croswell, Asst. Coach Milley.
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Sitting: Elaine Rose, Diane Shukus, Gail Irwin, Ann Marie Breakey, Marie Fantasia, Lynn Murphy. Kneeling: Wendy Wiberg, Cheryl
Tomasi, Pam Morris, capt., Carol Cipriani, Cindy Jepson, Bonnie Zaverson.
Kneeling: Linda McVicker, Carlene Butler, Susan Landers, capt., Sally Frost, Joan Bellisimo. Standing: Coach Dadoly, Donna Sinopoli,
Patty Pintrich, Sandy McNevin, Jeanne Cleary, Diana Paulsen, Michele Lombard, Kathy Kalkanajian, Peggy McNamara, Tammy
Olivera, Liz Godzyk, manager.
Kneeling: Fred Perry, Brian Phillips, Chris Hinxman, Bob Zwaylen, Dean Devlin, Richard Zwaylen, Jim Sughrue, John Harrison. Stand-
ing: Mr. Fessenden, coach, Wayne Kirby, Dan Kindred, John Trickett, Greg Corcoran, Paul Fitch, Steve Neal, asst. capt., Dana Mular-
key, Dan Bicknell, Dave Kindred, capt., Ron Mills, manager, Mr. Emery, asst. coach.
1st Row: Bruce Poirier, Ray Ventura. 2nd Row: Bob Pigeon, AI Jansen, Dennis Sullivan, Tom Patenaude, Jack Holloway, Peter Swan,
Ed Carasco. 3rd Row: Bob Doyle, Bob Cheeny, Al Cariglio, Joe Cunningham, Roy Myer, Rick Dahl, Mark Kalkanajian, Ralph Dal-
ton, Fred McDonald, Mr. Gillis, coach.
1st Row: Carrie Arentitis, Joan Bellisimo, Sally Frost, Paula Pintrich, Donna Duffy. 2nd Row: Doris McMillan, Car-
lene Butler, Mariann Langone, Joy Wolley, Karen Boeri. 3rd Row: Coach Garrippia, Valerie Case, Kathy Sullivan, Donna Freeman,
Sandy Farnsworth, Lorrie McNabb, Coach Dadoly.
Front: Rick Lipski, Wayne Croswell, Tom Aprile, Kevin
Nolan, Steve Coursey, Tom Southmayd. Back: Coach
Gilligan, Paul Olsen, Tom McGinley, Phil Morrisey,
Artie Bibeau, Dave Stewart, Mark Peters.
75/ Row: Bill Woller, Bob Noel, Rick Keane, Bill Badialli, Jack Barry, Marcel DeVeau, Ray Dudley, Rich Marasco. 2nd Row: Ian
Maclnnis, Doug Spring, Ed Adams, Tim Nee, Rick McCully, Steve Williams, Sean Cunningham, Richard Goodspeed, Joe Leary,
Steve Olson, Richard Barry. 3rd Row: Mr. Olsen, Asst. Coach; John Stira, Al Jansen, Ralph Dalton, Don Capone, Steve Coville, Leo
Campbell, Wayne Vokey, Jack Vertus, Paul Fitch, Steve Gustus, Bruce Bishop, Larry Singelais, Ralph Halpin, Mr. DiSarcina, asst.
coach; Mr. Kelley, coach.
National Honor Society
Student Government Day
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The Class of 1972 first entered school on September 7, 1960. Since that first day, we have seen many, many changes in
this ever-changing world. One such example of extreme and almost unbelievable growth and change is, I think, an excellent
parallel to the growth and change in the Class of '72. I am speaking of the manned space effort in the United States. How
does this program parallel the growth of our class?
When the Class of 1972 first entered school on that September morning in 1960 MANNED space flight was still a
dream in the minds of scientists and on the drawing boards of the engineers. Remember, Sputnik I had been launched just
three years prior to our entrance into school, but there had been no manned flights until the Class of 1972 was in the first
Twelve years ago today, there had not been one single person in space. It wasn't until April 12, 1961, that Yuri Gagarin
of the Soviet Union became the first human ever launched into space. It was only eleven years ago, last month, on May
5th, 1961, that Alan Shepard made the first American space flight. It hardly seems possible that in the last fifteen years,
man could have gained enough knowledge about space technology to send men to the Moon and back eight times, actually
landing men on the Moon five times. In the eleven years following Alan Shepard's sub-orbital flight, scientists around the
world have continued to explore, experiment, and learn about space flight. It is amazing how much knowledge has been
gained in those eleven years. The American space effort has grown from Admiral Shephard's fifteen minute flight of only a
few hundred miles to eight Apollo missions to the Moon and back, journeys of millions of miles and of many days. Learn-
ing never has and probably never will stop in the field of space exploration.
In fact, learning never really stops in any field, or in any person. People, all of us, continue to learn throughout our lives,
from the day we are born to the day we die. The Class of 1972 is no exception. We are leaving Wilmington High School
today, but our leaving does not mean an end to our education. For many of us today is the end of our formal education. For
others of us, those going to college or other specialized schools, today is merely another step in or formal education. Every
one of us, college or no college, will always continue to learn.
Although today ends twelve long years of school, our public education has actually only skimmed the surface of what we
will learn the rest of our lives. High School has taught us how to learn. Graduation is a Commencement, a beginning. It is
not the end of education; it is merely the beginning.
Some of us will enter the service; some of us will go directly into working positions; others, like myself, will enter college
in the fall. We may go in two hundred and fifty different directions — I don't know -- but one thing is for sure. We will
never stop learning. We will continue to explore, experiment, and learn as the space scientists have done during the past
decade and one half.
Children of the Grave
Throughout the last few years, many changes have taken place in the world, most for the good but, unfortunately, many
for the bad. This poem by Kendrew Lascilles seems to be depicting a superior thing surveying the now dead human race,
dead because of the few bad changes.
When all the laughter dies in sorrow
And the tears have risen to a flood
When all the wars have found a cause
In human wisdom and in blood
Do you think the eye will blink
Do you think they'll curse the madness
Do you think they'll even think?
When all the great galactic systems
Sigh to a frozen halt in space
Do you think there will be some remnant
Of beauty of the human race?
Do you think there will be a vestige
Or a sniffle or a cosmic tear?
Do you think a greater thinking thing
Will give a damn that man was here?
The steps by which this race destroyed itself were probably the same ones through which we are
going today: 1. Progress, 2. Man vs. Man, 3. The End.
The progress step is easy to see. Throughout history man has produced more and more powerful in-
struments of death and destruction. Up until today, where we have bombs that can destroy entire coun-
tries and kill millions of people.
The man vs. man stage of the destruction has now become twofold. Not only is man fighting himself
by now we are destroying nature. If the air we breathe and the water we drink become too polluted, the
final stage will become reality.
Today, we are only as far as the second stage of man vs. man and man vs. nature. But if we don't do
something fast, the final line of this song, written by Iommi-Ward-Butler-Osbourne, could come true.
Revolution in their minds — the children start to march
Against the world they have to live in.
Oh! the hate that's in their hearts.
They're tired of being pushed around and told just what to
They'll fight the world until they've won
And love comes flowing through.
Children of tomorrow live in tears that fall today
Will the sunrise of tomorrow bring in peace in anyway
Must the world live in the shadow of atomic fear
Can they win the fight for peace or will they disappear?
So you children of the world, listen to what I say
If you want a better place to live in spread the words today
Show the world that love is still alive you must be brave
Or you children of today are children of the grave.
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Competition and co-operation are two forces responsible for much of the progress in the world to-
day. Both are very pronounced in our society. Competition, striving for superiority, has become en-
graved in the minds of all Americans. Co-operation, a joint effort between parties, has also proven it-
self a successful asset. Even though each has hopefully the same end result, progress, the method used
in attaining that end is quite different.
Although thoughts may differ, the idea of competition in itself is not necessarily a bad one. Competi-
tion stimulates one to strive for goals beyond one's reach, to exceed one's limitations, and to gain confi-
dence in one's personal accomplishments. Moreover, both self-respect and self-esteem can result from
competition. This is especially true of the healthiest type of competition, competition with one's self.
But what about competition between two or more people? It is here that competition may cease to be-
come a constructive force. In the effort to out do one's rival, one's competitor may become one's ene-
my. Thus, instead of striving for the goal, one becomes obsessed with supressing one's adversary.
Rather than both parties prospering it becomes a question of the opponents pushing one another down
rather than pulling one another forward. In this case, obviously, everyone loses.
Co-operation, on the other hand, need not result in the stifling of one or more of the parties involved.
Instead the joint effort relieves the pressure on any one individual by combining the talents of all. Thus
co-operation can save a great deal of unnecessary repetition of efforts, as ideas which are shared can be
added to the total as they are formulated, rather than being selfishly retained in an attempt to rise
above one's opponents. The idea of co-operation is, however, far from perfect. Its major deficiency is
that it may result in one's becoming a parasite, a non-functioning member who contributes nothing and
reduces the efficiency of the whole group. In addition co-operation lacks individual reward which could
serve as a possible source of motivation. It does however replace this with a certain team spirit.
In today's society, much of the emphasis is being shifted from competition to co-operation. Master
craftsmen are disappearing as they are replaced by mass production's assembly lines. In hopes of pro-
moting co-operation rather than competition between nations, trips to both China and Russia by Presi-
dent Nixon have resulted in agreements to work together for the advancement of medicine, science,
and space exploration. But, in the world of today, competition cannot be forgotten or eliminated. Its
presence in the business world, for example, results in better products and better service.
Competition and co-operation are two important ingredients in the recipe of life, but care must be
taken. A future of progress and advancement lies in finding the proper balance between the two. An
excess of competition may make life bitter, as a result of vengence and spite, while a shortage of coop-
eration may make life tasteless, for joys that are shared multiply. But with the right amounts of each,
one's life and future can be both a rich and fulfilling experience.
David Douce tie
As we entered Wilmington High School (was it really only four years ago?) our class had two things
in common: we couldn't find our way through the building, and we had a class advisor who couldn't
find the top of his desk. Sometime during that first year, as we were learning our way around, we man-
aged to elect, with Mr. Kelley's help, our class officer: Ed Gillis, president; Linda Lockheart, vice-
president; Lauren Woller, secretary; Laureen Woller, treasurer; Muriel Kindred, Student Council
Beginning our sophomore year right we elected Steve Lawrensen, president; Julie Marr, vice-presi-
dent; Michele Elia, secretary; Marilee Cavanaugh, treasurer. We also managed to elect our Student
Council Representatives: Ron Colbert and Fred Campbell and to sponsor a dance.
As we moved into our junior year, we became a fairly active class under the leadership of our class
officers: Frank Simmons, president; Mike Rounds, vice-president; Joanne Rooney, secretary and ori-
ginator of the "Hey Man" a newsletter to keep us informed about our class; Maureen O'Donoghue,
treasurer and the newly added Executive Board of Rosemary Bransfield, Marilee Cavanaugh, Cathy
Gillis, Linda Lockheart, Peggy McNamara, Anne Novak and Joe Scifo. Our Student Council Repre-
sentatives were Ron Colbert, Fred Campbell, Richard Gustafson, Steve Tower and Sven Wiberg.
Among our activities that year were a roller skating party at Wal-lex Arena in March, and a car
wash that left most of the workers cleaner than the cars. The Junior Prom, "We've only Just Begun,"
was held at Rolling Green in Andover. Junior Week was highlighted by our parade from Weinbergs to
the High School that did a great job of disrupting traffic to the possible delight of the the affected mo-
torists; as well as the Junior Banquet and capped by the Junior Variety Show entitled "Kelley's Her-
oes" held Friday and Saturday night was a big success. Mike Harrington was chosen as our school's
representative to Boys' State and we chose Jamesway as our class photographer. To top off the year we
held a beach party the last day of school.
As we started our senior year only too familiar with the building and with our class advisor, Mr. Kel-
ley, who still cannot find the top of his desk, we elected Tom McGinley, president; Carol Cipriani, vice-
president; Rosemary Bransfield, secretary; Maureen O'Donoghue, treasurer and the Executive Board:
Richard Buck, Peggy McNamara, Pat Nee, Anne Novak, Dave O'Rourke, Mike Sevrin and Frank
Simmons. Our Student Council Representatives were Fred Campbell, Ron Colbert, Loretta Fred-
rickson, Richard Gustafson and Sven Wiberg.
Our activities included the Spurlows, a music group; a dance; with a dance and car wash still to be
held. The Senior Class Prom, "Castles in the Sky," is to be held at Castle Hill, Ipswich in June fol-
lowed by the moment we've all been waiting for . . . Graduation.
As No-Man descends the steps leading to the cellar of
W.H.S., he finds himself amidst some strange and puz-
zling reminders of the Class of '72. He ventures forth into
a melange of torn draperies, old boards, and wooden stairs
— the very ones that were used to construct the set of "A
Midsummer Night's Dream." Carefully, he makes his
way through the debris, searching for his destiny — an old
wooden chest that is rumored to contain the last will and
testament of the class of '72. Legend has it that, in an ef-
fort to forget the antics and capers of those graduating
seniors more completely, Mr. McMahon and his ever-
faithful protege, Mr. Garrett, skillfully hid the chest from
view, hoping that no one would ever dare to seek it out.
They even took turns guarding the chest from would-be
discoverers, until they were sure that their secret was safe.
But now, No-Man has come forth to find the treasure and
make the document public knowledge.
With determination, he finds the prize (hidden in the
corner, of course) and moves quickly to open it. As he
pushes away the cobwebs, he finds himself bewildered at
first. The chest is practically empty; all that remains now
of a once glorious class are a few representative reminders
— the head of an ass, a nearly empty ledger book (the type
used to record never collected class dues), a few empty
beer bottles and cans, and — under them — a piece of
paper! Excitedly, he lifts the paper from its coffin and at-
tempts to read the handwriting. Darkness surrounds him,
but he manages to decipher the following words of intense
wisdom: "Hey, Man! This is the Last Will and Testament
of the Class of 1972. Continue reading at your own risk."
He moves down the crumpled page to read each legacy,
and he eagerly begins to read aloud: Richard Allen leaves
a pen and his basketball scorebook; Jeanette Arsenault
leaves the even parallel bars to Paula Winters, with plea-
sure; Ralph Barden leaves the taxi service to and from
school to his brothers; Arthur Bibeau leaves his first chest
hair; Mary Ann Bimbo leaves all her lousy essays to Mrs.
Cronin; Gale Boyden leaves Michael Harrington one par-
tially sat on goose egg, compliments of U. Mass., and one
"ringy-dingy"; Rosemary Bransfield leaves a photo, hair
curlers and the memories of France; Holly Brennan be-
queathes all her chemistry labs and burnt frizzies to Shei-
la, Bruce, Amy and other ignorami; Kathi Brennan leaves
the 'Gene experience" to her sister Debbie, and, with
Nancy Phillips, Mr. DiSarcina and his date counseling
service to the remainder of the Pepsi Generation; Gary
Burt leaves behind all the apathetic conservatives for the
school to deal with; Bob Bush leaves one hemorrhoid to
his very favorite person, a certain member of the adminis-
tration; Cheryl Campbell leaves Scott Robert to the class
of 1990, her car to any junior wishing to drive dangerous-
ly, and Mr. Kelley's windows . . . closed!
Gayle Case leaves reservations for lunch at Jack-in-the-
Box to her two sisters; Mel Cavanaugh leaves her Butter-
cup cheers to Amy and the gang for all future National
Buttercup Days, and a copy of her new book entitled
"Learn to Twirl in One Week or Less" to future cheer-
leaders who get the shaft from their coach; Carol Cipriani
leaves one box of No-Doze to next year's Italian classes to
combat the human sleeping pill and Mr. Kelley's jokes to
anyone, absolutely anyone, who can listen to them without
making a face; Ron Colbert leaves a large appetite to any-
one with hungry horrors, a one year's supply of over-
chewed sugarless gum, an "Ecology Now" sticker, and a
"Diet-Right" book to Miss Dadoly; Heather Copp leaves
Shakespeare, poetry analysis, and grammer chapters
6-10 to Mrs. Mindell.
Kenneth Corum leaves all of his high explosives to his
partner in crime, Mike Kaminski; David Dalton leaves
one photo-type setter to the Graphic Arts Dept.; Marcel
Deveau leaves "the Zapper" and one slightly zapped
screwdriver; Dave Doucette leaves his chauffeur's license,
hat, and coat to anyone; Ray Dudley leaves the "good"
piano to anyone who is tone deaf; Valerie Farrell leaves
her gym locker # 125 to her sister Heidi; Donna Ferrara
leaves patience for all her friends to get through high
school, as she has done; Loretta Frederickson leaves
DARIMALOME to anyone who thinks he knows what it
means; Larry Gallagher leaves the wig he wore in the
Senior Class Play to a very needy member of the
Stephanie Gates leaves all her good marks and a bottle
of tranquilizers to Mrs. Mindell; Liz Godzyk leaves all her
beat up goalie pads to Bertie Pilcher, may she wear them
in good health; Pat Hall leaves her indigestion and a big
bottle of pink Pepto Bismol; Michael Harrington leaves a
non-slip carpet to be placed on the steps of the set of any
future senior class play, all his arguments with Miss Boc-
chino to Greg Coolidge, and an unbreakable breakaway
table to Peter George; Ken Hart leaves all his good marks
and late homework assignments to Miss Gamble; Wayne
Hills leaves all his English assignments to anyone who
could possibly be foolish enough to want them; Robert
Hogg leaves his "super-straight" image to anyone who
can keep up the pretense as long and as well as he did;
Steve Holloway leaves blue football cleats; Al Hope leaves
his bill of charged lunches to Joe Breau; Dave Hooper
leaves two left-footed marching shoes to Mr. M.; Kathie
Hyland leaves one lemon donut for breakfast every morn-
ing, a mini-skirt to Mrs. Webber, and Steve Delisle; Kar-
en Ingram leaves her seat in Mr. Milley's class to any stu-
dent more studious than she; Diane Irwin leaves dirty gym
socks to Miss McCarthy, and cafeteria food to anyone
who wants it.
Sandy Jaeschke leaves J. M. to a nice girl, whom he
really deserves; Rick Keane leaves the left-flank, a bro-
ken test tube, and one slightly marked-up chemistry book
to Mr. Krey when he returns; Dorothy Kendall leaves the
dietetics class to anyone at all; Patricia Lapham leaves
Mrs. Aldrich's class to Brenda Hunt, in the hope that at
least maybe she can learn something; Richard Lipski
leaves all the hit goal posts and drinking parties after the
games to Tom Aprile and Ralph Decker; Lorraine Le-
Mieux leaves Gale Boyden one starfish with a case of the
nubs; Mary Lindmark leaves playing cards on the girls'
room floor to some crazy junior, seminars to Mrs. Aid-
rich, and "quel types"; Dawn Lyman leaves her bright and
unobtrusive lunch box; Laurie MacDonald leaves because
she has to go to the bathroom.
Danny MacDonald leaves all his English books willing-
ly; John MacKenzie leaves his spacious and unconfining
two cubic inch locker #676 to the creepy little freshman
that takes his place; Rich Marasco leaves the shot-put to
Lobster #2; Julie Marr leaves Mrs. Aldrich's class to
some poor deserving underclassman; George McGondel
leaves his senior English notes (which did him absolutely
no good) to anyone lucky enough to get Mrs. Mindell next
year; Tom McGinley leaves an empty wine bottle and a
handkerchief to P.N.; and a copy of "Everything You
Always Wanted to Know About Sex but Were Afraid to
Ask" to Mr. Cripps; Peggy McNamara leaves pranks,
orange fights, and locker full of surprises; Joyce Mercier
leaves the privilege of leading gym class to Jeanne Phin-
ney; Mitch leaves a set of car keys and tutti-fruities to Bert
Pilcher; Kathy Mugford returns the Adams Street guid-
ance office to Mr. Cogan and Miss Abbood; Pat Nee
leaves eight gallons of Walley Wall Wackers to any person
who thinks he can stomach it; Anne Novak leaves Mr. D's
class regretfully (and still wet behind the ears), and ten
free dancing lessons to all unfortunate cheerleaders who
weren't born dancers.
Mel, Pat and Mitch leave all the crew songs and jokes to
Merri; Pat, Mel and Joyce leave their "Susan Opera" to
the high school parking lot; Merrill, Steve and John Pie
leave wild parties, that Wednesday night, and a keg of
"Near Beer" to Dale; Karen Olson leaves all the birth-
days, phone numbers, locker combinations and dirty jokes
of locker #443 to a very deserving sophomore, J.M.;
Dave O'Rourke leaves one torn and falling apart track
shoe to anyone in next year's freshman gym class who
wants it; Maureen Quinn leaves a locker of a different col-
or; Dianna Paulson leaves a Cave Hunter's Guide to the
office machines room, and a pack of cigarettes to the 225
girls' room; Donna Paulsen leaves a "No Smoking" sign
and a lit cigarette in the girls' room for any teacher who
walks in and a dirty insult to Geno; Nancy Phillips leaves
her locker to the junkman and a copy of "How to Mind
Your Own Business" to all the gossips.
Susan Randell leaves Mr. DeGeorge's kiln to some
poor deserving freshman to cook his or her pizzas in; Jean
Reid leaves Mrs. Gershon a new, brushed wig; Richard
Ricelli leaves, to the general delight of anyone who has
ever known him; Tony Romano leaves his last pair of
clean gym socks and anything that's left in his locker after
graduating; Joanne Rooney leaves Mr. Cripps a pair of
baggy pants and all her interesting books to Mrs. Mindell;
Joe Scifo leaves Mr. Aylward's fondness for him to the
next number 86; Mike Severin leaves a few old beer can
tabs to good old Alan to sniff on up at camp and a bottle
of Alka-Seltzer to Mrs. Mindell for the "rough" days;
Wayne Sferrazza leaves the tie of "Joy" to Steve, Martha,
Debbie and Ann; Janet Sullivan leaves the intricacies of
the trampoline to next year's prime victim of circum-
stance; Tom Vayo leaves the "gay" memories of P.O.D.
class to Mr. Cripps; Janis Welch leaves all her arguments
with Geno to any unfortunate soul who gets him; Susan
Willson leaves a long-line girdle to Mrs. G. and all the
cigarette butts under the canopy to Mr. Garrett; Cip
leaves all her discussions, arguments and battles with Tom
McGinley to next year's senior class president and vice
Furthermore the Kazoo Band goes to next year's rowdy
seniors; drafting IV leaves one fully equipped bathroom to
future classes; the entire class leaves cast parties to any
other class that can tie or beat its record and an unbreak-
able fence to Mr. Hyland.
Satisfied that this is all he needs, No-Man stands up,
places the precious document in his pocket and walks for-
ward with poise and assurance, confident that the world is
now ready to learn of the secrets he has uncovered. In the
background, however, he hears some faint, whispering
noises. Before he closes the door forever, he listens care-
fully and is able to hear this message, "Well, Barney, this
is another fine mess you've gotten us into . . "
The year is 1987 and I am an investigator. The past few months I have been researching a very unusual case. A major
crime is rumored to be planned for sometime this year, but nobody knows when or what it will be. Our only clue is an old
booster button from the Wilmington High School Class of '72. Having been a member of that class, I decided to investi-
gate those class members whom I remembered to be most suspicious. Here are my findings —
Jim Fairweather, Dale Mather, Merrill Maclnnes and Charlie Miller are four that can immediately be ruled out as sus-
pect. One year after graduation, their draft number came up and they haven't been heard from since.
Jim Maxwell is a teller at the Middlesex Bank. He is still working his way through Merrimac College and would be too
busy to do anything illegal.
Dave Kindred is a well established dentist who in his spare time, is a skate sharpener for the Bruins. His ploy, although
unlikely, might be to put all the Bruins to sleep, steal their teeth and hold the teeth for ransom. This wouldn't be too diffi-
cult as most hockey players have portable teeth anyway.
Rosemary Bransfield and Bobby Hogg would seem unlikely partners in any business venture. They do, however, co-own
a fashion shop-beauty salon complex in downtown Pinehurst. I think that Bob is the hair dresser and not the dress design-
er because their shop is noted for its unusual hair design known as "the bush." Along with their neighbor, Richard Allen,
owner of the Richard Allen Barber Shop, they do not seem to warrant any suspicion.
Mary Lindmark is a famous x-rated, I mean x-ray technician. Noted people from all countries demand to be x-rayed by
Mary Lindmark and no one else. She also seems to be completely innocent.
Dave O'Rourke is now a bartender at a bar in Switzerland. Mike Severin is the bouncer.
A strange group from the class formed a firm known as Doucette, Keane, Harrington, Buck and Finckle, Incorporated.
No one I talked to knows exactly what the firm does but knowing that at one time they were all interested in science and
that their headquarters is the only medieval castle in Wilmington, one can only speculate as to why there are explosions
coming from the castle during the night.
Someone who might appear innocent is airline pilot, David McLain. But, is it just coincidence that his particular plane
has been hijacked to Acapulco thirty-four times during the past year?
Ray Dudley and Jack Barry are the only two who chose to come back to the high school. Ray as a gym teacher and Jack
as a math teacher. Everything about them appeared normal except that Ray, who as I remember didn't have a particularly
low voice, now seems to growl when he talks, and Jack is still going to Mr. Kelley's math class every day.
There is a women's lib. group in Wilmington headed by Sandy Jaeske, Cheryl Campbell, Loretta Fredrickson and
Sandy Farnsworth. Since the movement fell apart ten years ago, only the radical groups remain and anything can be ex-
pected from them.
Tom McGinley and Dave Stewart own an off track betting agency in New York and Massachusetts. The fact that it is
only legal in New York doesn't seem to bother them.
The most sinister of all the groups were Rick Ricelli, Tony Romano, Rich Morasco and Tom Vayo, who head up the
Wilmington Mafia. Don Ricelli is the leader, but they are now all being tried for the theft of the Kiwanis Club banner.
Arriving at a reasonable conclusion as to who could be the future perpetrator of this crime was difficult until I considered
the possibility of a teacher as being the criminal. I noted that Italians are notorious for their criminal activities, and, al-
though not all Italians make a living in crime, the obvious ones become obvious when they stress the fact that their ideology
and manner is best above all. It also helps if they have an inexhaustable mouth which, at one time, made phrases such as,
"Give it one of these," or "teenyboppers" at least in some ways, part of our everyday vocabulary.
I now have a prime suspect who I shall accuse of being Italian, which, if convicted should put him away for a long time.
Basketball 1,3,4; Student Council 2; Newspa-
per; Patrons' Drive . . . The good times; Trip
to France, English 12, Gallagher's car,
Cripps' social relations . . . Want to forget:
All math classes, biological class, Mr. Gar-
rett, wrestling . . . I'll miss: Cards in the Cafe,
English 12 with BKM, newspaper reporting.
Art Club 1,2,3,4 . . . The good times: Gym II
with Fred and Gale, field trips, Art Club,
Newport, room 682, parties, palz, 4/30/71,
concerts, our elevator, "da goils from da
Bronx", art class . . . Want to forget: Speech,
certain English projects, kicking locker shut,
cold mornings on the bus, the great bike hike
of '70 . . . I'll miss: Miss K.; the pole; table 1,
seat 2; the old gang; Miss Cram.
SONJA MARIE ANDERSON
Football Cheerleading 1,2,3; Basketball
Cheerleading 2 .. . The good times: All the
time, Webber's class, 6th period study with
Suzy-Boo-Boo, all my retarded friends, all the
good times with my sister Debbie . . . Want to
forget: All my classes, Mr. Garrett, cheering
tryouts, melting on the typewriters, little arms
on office machines, Barnyard Eyes . . . I'll
miss: Feeling strange in type, going to the li-
The good times: Leaving at 2:20, Mr. Di-
Sarcina's classes . . . Want to forget: French
II, Miss Dadoly's chem I, the lunches.
Prom Committee . . . The good times: Hamp-
ton Beach, Woburn St. School, August 25th,
junior skip day, the radiator by the shop,
missing my bus, Chelsea's Senior Prom, skip-
ping English . . . Want to forget: Breakhart,
D.S., four years of gym, taking the bus,
B.M.'s advice, the night M.S. met G.F., the
day I came home from school at 5:30, fights
with George, the Florida trip, homework . .
I'll miss: A red Dart Swinger, fun in the shop
during lunch. Pewter Pot first period, getting
up at 6:30 every morning, Mr. Garrett's lov-
ing face, my friends at W.H.S.
Art Club 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Senior
Play; Drama Club 4; Arts and Crafts Club 3
. . . The good times: Roller skating with
B.B.B. and S.S.; laughing with D.D.D.; Art
Club with Quiggs; May 13, 14, 15, in Newport
with "the gang"; working with B.J., K.B.,
K.R., S.F., D.S.; drama rehearsals with
"Tweedt" M.D., M.H., P.G. . . . Want to
forget: Gym classes, being called everything
except Jeanette, when B.J. crossed over 4
lanes, Bobbie's driving . . . I'll miss: "The
Pole", singing in the hall with K.B., Debbie's
laugh, talking with M.H., Art Club with the
gang, everything in general .
Basketball 1; Indoor Track 2,3,
Spring Track 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3;
The good times: Band with Mr.
ing cream raids, drafting II. when S.L. hit
R.F..D. with an eraser, Gundos, Indoor
Track season 1972, Spring Track 1972 . . .
Want to forget: Wildvsood Street with DM.
and D.K., Spanish II assignments, parallel
bars, J.W.'s right, last day of school junior
>car on Ri. 128, English Projects I'll
miss: Drafting 4, making a high pitched whis-
tle, ski trips.
Field Hockey Manager; Concert Choir 1,2,3;
"My Fair Lady" . . . The good times: Junior
Week, Junior Skip Day, all the snow days,
"My Fair Lady", making T.H.'s face turn
red, being able to talk to K.B. and having her
understand . . . Want to forget: Gym, square
dancing in the corridors, suspension rules,
Tewksbury State Hospital and Bedford V.A.
Hospital, current events, French II ... I'll
miss: Roller skating, the gang, driving with
KATHLEEN M. BAKER
Concert Choir 1,2,3; My Fair Lady; Travel
Club; Color Guard 4 The good times:
Washington, D.C.; "My Fair Lady"; the
"gang" at the "pole"; roller skating with the
gang; Field Day; going to Junior Variety
Show and Midsummers Night Dream
Want to forget: Gym, incident in D.C., Satur-
day morning practices for color guard. Junior
Skip Day and Week with all its rain, French
I&2, finals I'M miss: Good times with
friends, school lunches, getting breakfast with
the gang, all the fun we had in school.
Basketball Cheerleading 2; Football Cheer-
leading 3,4; Junior Variety Show; Senior
Play; Patron's Drive .. . . The good times:
Walking in C.S., play practice, cast parties.
Good Friday, our "six pack", ice cube fights,
the big B.A., vacations, the "dinas", "j.r.",
episodes . . . Want to forget: All the pieces, "a
wicked savage weekend", McGarrett 5-0,
Mastermind and Egor, The Bust, The Dead
Body, skin cancer . . . I'll miss: The cast and
the cast parties, MacDonalds.
KAREN L. BALLOU
Basketball Cheerleading 2,3; Football Cheer-
leading 4; J.V. Show; Yearbook The good
times: Freshman year. "Remember the
time!", Kowloon, surprise parties, Victory
Dance '71, cheering skiing. York, hockey
games, MacDonald's, Har . . Want to for-
get: Cheering try outs. Youth Center. Senior
Football Jamboree, Junior Prom, fights,
being late . . I'll miss: Cheering, familiar
faces, running for the bus.
Arts and Crafts, Metal Enameling . . . The
good times: 6th period study, Tom, leaving
for lunch, skipping with D.A., 10/21/71, sit-
ting in the field 6th period, taking off 6th peri-
od .. . Want to forget: Gino & Al's classes,
Mr. Garrett's office, Junior English class, ac-
cident on Field Day . . . I'll miss: Lunch, 5
minute break, 6th period jokes, talking to
A.B., my friends, 5' 11" and 6' 1", leaving ac-
RALPH L.BARDEN, JR.
Football 1; Baseball 1, IV The good
times: The rock, Boston, the day after the Jr.
Prom, sophomore year, homerooms, ski trips
. . . Want to forget: Long lunch lines, getting
suspended, crawling, Mr. B's class, Mr. G's
voice, Mrs. H's class . . . I'll miss: Smoking in
Mr. K's boys' room, cutting in lunch line, Mr.
CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary, Rosemary Brans-
field; Vice-President, Carol Cipriani; Treasurer,
Maureen O'Donoghue; President, Tom McGinley .
Winter Track 1,2,3, capt. 4; Spring Track 1,2,
3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Show
. . . The good times: Running on the streets
during practices, State meet 1971 in Boston,
Saturday mornings after football, Masses . . .
Want toforget: Mr. Kelley's algebra II class,
practice in the corridors, football camp,
G.C.'s tackle, losing to T.M. in high hurdles,
band rehersals . . . I'll miss: Senor Gonzales'
Spanish classes, studies on Senior Responsi-
bility, biology lab.
NANCY A. BEMIS
CAROL A. BENDER
Art Club 4; J.V. Show; My Fair Lady; Travel
Club . . . The good times: Sunny days, rainy
days, snowy days, all the things Pat and I got
into, all the good people, boppin' with Joan &
Cincy, Barb, Deb, Ding's place, all those liq-
uid studies, joy! . . . Want to forget: Washing-
ton, Igor, Barney, the McGarrett's relation-
ship with students, 4 years of W.H.S., getting
nights, the bad days . . . I'll miss: The tree,
red rover on the hill, seeing everyone, all the
sunny days, being outside while everyone else
is in, habits.
CHARLENE ROSE BERRY
Audebon Club; Library worker; Girl's Track
Team . . . The good times: Mr. Shiere's book-
keeping classes, home ec. Ill . . . Want to for-
get: The lunches . . . I'll miss: Friends in
Hockey 2,4; Junior Variety Show; Patrons'
Drive . . . The good times: Getting caught
smoking in the boys' room, Mrs. Harvey's
room, Kangomangus . . . Want to forget:
Frank's head through the auditorium window.
Uncle Al's trying to make me a man . . . I'll
miss: Parties before school, Kangamangus
ARTHUR JOHN BIBEAU
Football 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1: Indoor Track;
Wrestling The good times: Weekend in
the high school parking lot, Volkswagen sing-
ins with Ray and the six pack kids Want
to forget: Thumbing or walking home after
school, football camp and praclices. the brain
torturing work in Mrs. Mendell's class I'll
miss: Waiting for the bus in cold or rain, the
good time in the High School parking lot and
Arts and Crafts; Metal Enameling . . The
good times: My few times in York; my 15
years in Somerville; Boston; Junior Skip Day;
riding around with "Bow," "Betsy," "Rebel";
Mrs. Cronin's English class; Grants; "Mitch"
. . . I'll miss: My new and old friends, "Fear-
less Leader", the gang at Grants, always leav-
ing on studies, just sitting on the fields . . .
Want to forget: My first year here, snobby
people, essays, term papers, duds, trying to
make friends with people who considered
themselves better than anyone else.
JOHN J. BOGNORE
Chess Club 3,4; Math Team 4; Spring Track
1; Soccer 1,2; Senior Play; Student Govern-
ment 3 . . . The good times: Senior Class
Play, Math Team . . . Want to forget: The
juke box, long-haired rebels and all the weak-
nesses the faculty may have showed toward
them . . . I'll miss: Summer vacations, discus-
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Softball 1,2; Basketball Cheerleading 3; Art
Club 4 . . . The good times; Tom, G.S., Yar-
mouth, the red jacket, Hampton Beach, sum-
mer of '71, Mr. F's classes, biology 1, bus
rides from Friday night games, Chuck's Eng-
lish classes, Christmas Eve, Junior Prom,
French Potato, "Skutch" . . . Want to forget:
Tryouts, freshman and sophomore year . . .
I'll miss: Some really good teachers, cheering.
Metal Enameling; Arts and Crafts; Refinish-
ing; Patrons' Drive . . The good times:
Summer of '71; York; Flo's Metal class; the
Park and all the kids; B.C., "Jennifer", L.W.,
Steve N. and Dave H.;Mr. Kelley's jokes;
Mrs. Cronin's English class; April 21, 1971
. . . Want to forget: Gym, English with Mrs.
Siedler; car being stolen; bad times in Maine;
October, 1970; Mrs. Gershon's clerical class;
lunches at W.H.S. . . . I'll miss: Sitting out in
the field during study, watching F.S. and J.C.
playing soccer with milk cartons, leaving
Alpha, Dental Hygienist's Assistant, Boosters
. . . The good times: Going to Boston with
C.S., P.L., S.R.; Chuck's class; going away
with L.W. and family; being with Ricky Fri-
day nights; R.B.'s house; fooling around in
chem lab with M. OD . . . Want to forget:
Fights with L.W., meat room, J.D., always
pushing a certain Chevy!, studying, buying
something for Y.C., R.B. & friends, going to
Rick's brother's house, R.B. trying out for
basketball . . . I'll miss: Writing Mrs. Aid-
rich's papers over and over again, sleeping in
Mr. D's class, Moe!, waiting for 2:25 bell.
Psychology; Government Forum; Arts and
Crafts; Audubon Society; Work Study . . .
The good times: Jan. 1, 1970; York Beach,
Me. and the kids there; good times with Lin-
da; parties at the park and the Pewter Pot;
going out for coffee and donuts; Mrs. Cron-
in's English class . . . Want to forget: April
16, 1971, the night of my accident at the park;
12/10/71, the time my car was stolen from
W.H.S. parking lot and found under water
. . . I'll miss: Mr. Greece's sense of humor,
giving Mrs. Harvey a hard time, sleeping in
Gino's class, having English classes with D.H.
DOROTHY G. BOYDEN
Art Club 2,3,4 . . . The good times: Summer
of '71; U Mass elevators; goose egg; British
accents and little old ladies; Newport, R.I. (all
3 times); house on the hill; times and long
talks with "Quiggs"; Art Club; concerts;
meeting pals; p.j. parties; long talks with
M.H.; English I with Granny and Danny . . .
Want to forget: English III with Mrs. Page,
clerical and office machines with Mrs. Ger-
shon, kicking shut lockers, French (already
forgotten!), school lunches . . . I'll miss:
"Classy, real classy"; our sailor boy; room
682; "the pole"; Quiggs; field trips; Hampton;
decorating lockers; trances; bees, ducks, ti-
gers, and apes.
Basketball Cheerleading 3; Executive Board
3, secretary 4; Advertising Committee . .
The good times: Senior Class Play, 64, cheer-
ing. Victory Dance '71, Junior Crazy Day,
football games, 1-15-71, trip to France ...
Want to forget: Gym, cheering try-outs, bal-
ancing checkbooks in English, college boards,
Gino's class . . . I'll miss: Cheering locker
#304, English 4, all my friends, W.H.S., the
gang at a certain English table.
EDWARD G. BRADBURY
Field Hockey 1,2; J.V. Show; Senior Prom
Committee . . . The good times: The Dinas;
Mitch, Scap, Pablo and the S.S.O.; singing in
the rain in Maine with Ame; "Paranoid": the
drive-in: Baltimore '71; Mr. Skelton; York
Beach . . . Want to forget: The dead body, the
wind shield, Ubangi nose, French skits . I'll
miss: Afternoons at the Pharmacy; rides with
Karen, Val, and Fran; parties on Gunderson
Rd.; Friday night with the buddies; Oh No!; a
certain 7th period English class; "People and
things that went Before."
CATHRYN A. BRENNAN
Ski Club, Art Club, Student Gov't . The
good times: Summer of '69, French III, D.G.,
J.V. Show '70, 5/7/70. ST., R.B., sopho-
more year English, trimmin' with C.T., vamp.
Hit it!, N.P., F. and B., 12/24/71. senior
year. Gino. my car Will miss: Gym!, C.T.
and the old locker, endless talks with R.B.,
Gino trying to get dates for N.P. and me, the
8:00 bell Want to forget: Homework, the
late room, gossips, JSD. Sundays, people who
think they're great.
' ■ 1 1
Basketball Cheerleading 1; Football Cheer-
leading 2,3, capt. 4; Prom Committee; J.
Show . . . The good times: Aug. 11, 1969;
Dave and all his cars; my freshman year; Fri-
day nights with N.D., D.T., J.C. and K.G.;
"all our dates"; Salisbury; my car; "You
action?"; $17.00 worth; Jr. Skip Day . . .
Want to forget: Fights with Dave, certain
girls, cars that barely got us where we were
going, getting caught, a certain teacher . . .
I'll miss: Close friends.
RICHARD W. BUCK
Math League 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,3,4; Band 1,2,
3; Executive Board 4; Chess Club 3,4 .. . The
good times: Playing chess, 3D tic-tac-toe and
soccer, always finishing last in Math League,
that "other girl" . . . Want to forget: Mr. Kel-
ley's jokes, Mr. Fardy's sayings, English
compositions, grammar . . . I'll miss: Mr.
Kelley's class, Mr. G., Ma Faro, cold Thanks-
giving football games (Tewksbury mud).
Band 1,2,3,4; Drama Club ... The good
times: Exchange concert with Camden,
Maine; weekend parties; taking three lunches;
Mr. Beaton's class . . . Want to forget: Mr.
Garrett walking into the boys' room while
everyone is having a cigarette . -I'll miss:
All my good friends.
Science Club 2,3,4; Wildcat Staff ... The
good times: Science Fair in the 8th and 10th
grades, debating political issues, doing chemi-
cal experiments in 226 turn me on, graduating
. . . Want to forget: Some of the teachers,
the principal and the vice, math in general, the
strict regulations and prison atmosphere,
most of all crawling, the hard desks . . . I'll
miss: Friends; Mr. Fardy's long lectures; the
small, cheap lunches; out after 12 long years!
Sr. Class Play . . . The good times: Getting to
finally shake the Pooper's hand, THE WIL-
MINGTON FIGHT ... Want to forget:
Bow ties, converse sneakers . . . I'll miss:
CHERYL A. CAMPBELL
Girls Choir; French Club; Math Team 1,2;
Newspaper 1,2,4; . . . The good times: 3D tic-
tac-toe; A.M.; the "Red Barren"; Boston;
trying to stay quiet in chemistry; chalk fights
in 103; wigs; winter track; but most of all, the
"Welcome Back" . . . Want to forget: Mr.
Kelley's jokes, being a "girl", English semi-
nars, working at Friendly's, Antigone updated
. . . I'll miss: Cleaning Mr. Kelley's desk, hot
cocoa; chem II, fighting with R.C. in biology
II, talking with G.F., 7th period, "Fardy's
famous phrases", peer group, the guys at
Student Council 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Art Club
3; Newspaper 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3; Prom
Committee 4; Colorguard 2,3,4 . . . The good
times: Elections, donkey basketball, responsi-
bility program, being accepted to a college . . .
Want to forget: Class of '73, drafting when I
was a freshman, broken candy machines . . .
I'll miss: Working with the people of this
school, "Buzzard", bothering the office, "On
Wisconsin", colorguard, Student Council.
Debating Club The good times: Rocking-
Rolling in the cafe to Jinglebell Rock; Joanne,
Laurie. Pat and Jean with their practical jokes
Want to forget: The things I found in my
locker, gym classes . I'll miss: Sitting out in
the parking lot, lunch time, I'll always re-
member 3/21 /70.
DONNA A. CARPENTER
Work Study . The good times: Junior Skip
Day at Crane's Beach, Rockport I'll miss:
The good times with all the kids at studys and
Prom Committee, Business Club, Elementary
School Aide . . . The good times: Phone calls
with Sandy, John, and Kenny; Tony's house
with Donna and Steve; buying pants at
Hampton; having car trouble in Gardner . .
Want to forget: Mrs. G.'s clerical class, Eng-
lish 4 with Richard and Ronald, school lunch-
es, gym classes . . . I'll miss: Senior studies,
arguments in P.O.D. class, going to Jack-in-
the-Box for lunch, a lot of good friends that I
MARY E. CAVANAUGH
Basketball Cheerleading 1,2; Football Cheer-
leading 3; Majorettes 4; Band 1,2,4; Concert
Choir 4; Class Treasurer 2; J.V. Show; Sr.
Play . . . The good times: Wild parties at 10
Drury Lane, doubling with M. and J. and B.
and D., the play and cast party, Sebago with
Dana, Mark's cottage, listening to Tom . . .
Want to forget: Good Harbor, "Lantern",
"ugly as a bear", falling out of the dressing
room, xyz . . . I'll miss: Being innocent fresh-
men, cheering with Anne and Peg, Crafty
Capers, the Cavanaughs and their goalies,
skiing with Lite, Brenda's jokes and notes.
Field Hockey 1,2,3, co-capt. 4; Basketball
Cheerleading co-capt. 4; Student Government
Day 4 . . . The good times: Field hockey
games and gathering after, ancient history,
falling off S.L.'s car, tent episode at Pat's,
yesterdays with P.M. and B.M., long involved
talk with Carol, WHS . . . Want to forget:
Shopping with Gillis for coach's gift; first time
I drove with Pat; the lull in the dressing rooms
after the J.V. Show and play . . . I'll miss: My
brother, Frank; Mrs. Aldrich at Pat's for tu-
toring and coffee.
Football 1; Track 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Stu-
dent Council 2,4, president 3, treasurer 4; Sr.
Play; Art Club 3; Newspaper 1,2,3, publisher
4; Key Club president 4; Student Gov't Day 4
. . . The good times: Newport, R.I. '71; the
eats at "Christies"; N.E.M.D.S.C. Conven-
tions; science fairs; Charter Night . . . Want
to forget: Breaking my arm running back-
wards at indoor track, English 3, "Now really
Ronald", the "slaughterhouse" man . . . I'll
miss: Antagonizing "C.C.", the Great White
Soccer 1; Chef Club; Patrons Drive 3,4 ...
The good times: Parties in the school parking
lot . . . Want to forget: English . . . I'll miss:
Mr. Garrett's bow tie; Mr. Kelley's hall clear-
ing, "Don't go near your lockers!"
Soccer 2,3, capt. 4; Baseball 1; Football 1 . . .
The good times: Weekends in the High School
parking lot, gym with Frank and Fred, hang-
ing around after school . . . Want to forget:
Being picked in the sixth round, Mrs. Men-
del's English class, begging money for week-
ends . . . I'll miss: Waking up for school, not
working and loafing around after school, all
Gymnastics 1, Majorette 3,4; Nurses Club 3
. . The good times: Football games, dances,
12/22/70, chcm. lab, Canada with Chris,
French II, Mr. Kcllcy's classes, sharing my
locker with Sandy. Halloween '70, Mc-
Donald's . . . Want to forget: Sat. morning
practice, French III, responsibility cards,
being a freshman, tryouts, track, Shakespeare
I'll miss: All my great friends, going out
with the gang on Friday nights, listening to
Sandy talk about Dave, going to W.H.S.
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; J.V.
Show . . . The good times: Malay's Maraud-
ers, golf with the W.H.S. Teachers All Star
Team, Downy's and Co., Volkswagon, party
after the J.V. Show, trip to North Adams,
Junior skip day in the pouring rain . . . Want
to forget: Monday football practices after we
lost, Mark's V.W. catching on fire while we
were driving it . . . I'll miss: Football camp,
Coach's sweet voice, racing to Donut Village
after church before the football games, Dr.
Dadoly's Chem. lab, playing in the Tewksbu-
ry Mud Bowl.
Field Hockey 2 . . . The good times: Mr. KeU
ley's Algebra II class; locker #531; proms,
football and hockey games; biology with Bud-
dy; Junior Skip Day; R.N.'s party; English
10,11,12; Jr. banquet; field hockey games;
Chuck's English class; York Beach after Jr.
Prom . . . Want to forget: Freshman year,
winter of '70-'71, most of the teachers, home-
work, G.D.'s graduation . . . I'll miss: Locker
#531, the kids.
Hockey 3,4; Baseball 1; J.V. Show; Patrons
Drives . . . The good times: Trip to Egg Rock
with A. A., the trip home from Loon Moun-
tain, Community Auditions, 6/19/70, hockey
championship, soccer field, when my race car
is working, February vacation . . . Want to
forget: Ray's Bogus, Yoko Sacco, twenty-one,
my steak knife, Purple Haze, the goal post,
my 2nd term English mark . . I'll miss: The
Kangamangus crew, partying on weekends;
LESLIE A. COVILLE
Pep Club 1; Basketball 1; J.V. Show; Major-
ettes 3,4 . The good times: Rainy skip days,
laughs in the small cafe, the concerts, football
games, Mac's . . . Want to forget: Cheering
tryouts, majorette tryouts, gym, Simon's, 7:
15 to 7:30 5 days a week . . . I'll miss: Talk
with P.H. and L.L., whistling by B.B. and
D.McD, algebra with J.F., the Boston trips
with P.H., wedding and engagement talks,
scooping with D.W. and N.W., Wayne from
Concert Choir 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Psychology
Club . . . The good times: Jr. Skip Day; snow
days; band with Mr. G.; New York, Maine
and Cal.; embarrassing a certain math teacher
in 9th grade; talking to B.B. ... Want to for-
get: Gym class, biology I, French II, headach-
es in 213, J.W. & J.S., fights with B.R., de-
ception in 219, general Math I, Monday
mornings . . . I'll miss: All the fun with J.W.
and P.P.; solving problems with Mr. J., talk-
ing with S.J., J. A., J.F. and Mr. Breakey; hid-
ing in the house; Mr. M. and his chocolate-
chip cookies!; fighting with Flea.
DAVID WALTER DALTON
Band . . . The good times: Camden, Maine
exchange concert; all the football games; the
day I was awarded the 2nd certificate from
Printing Industries of New England for
Graphic Arts Career Day . . . Want to forget:
Mr. Bellisimo and his Rough Riders of Gym
. . . I'll miss: Teachers, friends, activities, pro-
jects, Graphic Arts and the teacher that
helped me decide on my career.
Band . . . The good times: None . . . Want to
forget: The school . . . I'll miss: Nothing.
The good times: Bringing back Big Jim . . .
Want to forget: Wilmington High's highest,
tripping on the step to Noah's ark and almost
missing the boat . . . I'll miss: All the local
FRANK E. DARLING
Senior Class Play . . . The good times: Prac-
tices for Senior Play, Salisbury Beach, play-
ing football at Avco in the fall, summer vaca-
tion, Val, a night at N.I. ... Want to forget:
Times I got caught skipping . . . I'll miss:
Skip days spent at Salisbury, weekend
The good times: Vacation . . . Want to forget:
School . I'll miss: Vacations.
Track 1; Cross Country 2,3; Chess Club . . .
The good times: Trying to talk a teacher out
of giving you a night and getting 2 nights for
arguing, playing cards in the cafe . . . Want to
forget: Mr. Kelley's 1st period geometry class
. . . I'll miss: Complaining about lunches,
trying to cut in the lunch line and getting away
Soccer 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2,3, pres. 4;
Track 3,4; Senior Play; Student Gov't Day
. . . The good times: Having bomb scares dur-
ing Miss Bocchino's class; being zapped at the
play; high jumping over 5 feet; after extensive
coaching by Mr. Kelley, only being able to
jump 4 feet, 8 inches . . . Want to forget:
Being a freshman; having to dissect a brain;
English 12 . . . I'll miss: Mr. Kelley and his
"very funny jokes", running to what they
called lunch, being on Responsibility and hav-
ing nothing to do, Mr. Fardy's quotations,
J.P.,T.J., P.W.,J.A., "Henry".
The good times: Partying all the time
The good times: Government Forum, Frank
Simmons raising hell in English, Bob Bush
causing fits in world history . . . Want to for-
get: Chemistry with Miss Dadoly, Meatball,
Mr. Garrett's office, roken roach clips, going
to "Gone with the Wind" . . . I'll miss: Dap-
per Dan and Gentleman Jim; The Hill; Cecil
saying, "Ho, Man."; George Dahl asking,
"Are you bumming?" .
Gov't Forum; Psychology; Arts and Crafts
. . . The good times: Junior Prom, the park,
T.F.'s house, Mrs. Cronin's English class, cof-
fee and doughnuts with M.R. and M.B., the
plaza, the bomb scares, going to Richie's farm
after the prom, Crane's Beach at 4:30 in the
morning, Geno's class, plastic people, T.S.H.,
gym, Miss Sullivan . . . I'll miss: Miss Kroll's
class, locker 812, bomb scares, smoking out at
studies, going to Jack's Miss David's class,
DAVID A. DOUCETTE
Science Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,
4; Jr. Rotarian 4; Volleyball 3,4; Outward
Bound 4; Debating Club; Student Gov't . . .
The good times: Mr. Krey's Christmas So-
cials and field trips, "Science?" Club meet-
ings, "stargazing" nights, M.L.M. (pinch),
"How's Business?" . . . Want to forget: G.B.,
term papers, calculus . . . I'll miss: Dissecting
anything, "Ma", "Darimalome", winnie-kin-
nie castle, M.D., R.K., L.F., M.L., M.W.
Basketball Cheerleading 2; Football Cheer-
leading 3,4 ... The good times: Nights out
with the girls, freshman year, summer of '70,
C.C.'s with M.E., Harold Parker, bike rides
at 2 A.M., cheering with D.B. and S.M., La-
bor Day weekend, Bessie . . . Want to forget:
Try-outs, car problems, the 8:02 to Boston
. . . I'll miss: Good friends and good times,
Arts and Crafts . . . The good times: Mrs.
Cronin's English class, weekend in New
Hampshire, Jr. Skip Day with my little Val-
iant . . . Want to forget: Bookkeeping class
1 1th grade, freshman home economics with
Mrs. Lockwood, riding in the back of a truck
on 93, Sully's jokes, fighting with K.R. ...
I'll miss: Sharing a messy locker with P.L.
and B.K., PO.D. classes.
Spring Track 2,3,4; Indoor Track 3,4; Cross
Country 3,4; J.V. Show; Senior Play . . . The
good times: The big "bust", J.V. Show, cast
parties, E.S.P., rock out sessions, Vest Man,
Zodiac Man, Caddies breakdown, Episodes,
foyer hockey games, cemetery, "Coming out
today?", zoo, the cloud, cement feet, . . .
Want to forget: McGarrett 5-0, McMannix,
"pick it up", tests?, abduction of Ed's car,
crossed hockey sticks, Schranz, Fwankie . . .
I'll miss: Fridays, Morgan, walks and talks,
the heart, Wiret, J. of A., Les., Friday night
hockey, elephant boys.
Majorettes 2,3,4; Class Secretary 2; Conceert
Choir; Sr. Play; J.V. Show ... The good
times: Parties at 10 Drury Lane, flagpole
swinging, Harold Parker, Wally Wall Wack-
ers, tof guy, garbage, Bert's car, the j.p., blue
berries, singing with Cari, old ladies, CYO ski
trip, Mr. Skelton, 2:00 A.M., bike rides,
cookies . . . Want to forget: Falling down
stairs, the Feline kid, Jutes and Robot, Dad's
house . . . I'll miss: My buddies; the girls'
room; xyz, our locker; Sat. morning practices
with "Hood" and the gang; the odd couple;
buddies together; anchors away.
The good times: June 30, 1971 with E.R.,
summer of '71, long nights, Lowell Tech with
F.E., and L.R., being with certain people at
certain places, driving to Hampton one night,
long talks, playing tag with F.E., A.S.'s par-
ties, February vacation . . . Want to forget:
Bicycle built for two; certain people, nights
after school, standing in the cold, waiting each
morning with K.K., fights with E.R., hitting a
maroon Dodge . . . I'll miss: Being with
friends, going to Mac's with J.R. and D.P.,
talking to the kids at school, Mr. Shiere's lit-
tle jokes, Ed's Dodge, sales class.
The good times: Lowell Tech, Mark F., frat
parties, Annex No. 1, going to Hampton,
Swan's parties, NWDS, kids from Bourgeois
Hall, being chased by a horse, Maiden, play-
ing tag, summer of '71 ... Want to forget:
1971, student teachers, English class, acci-
dents with J.J., calls from W.D., shorthand
homework, Wally Wacker, K.E.'s white Ford,
a tandem bike at Hampton and then 3 hours
at Woburn Hospital . . . Ell miss: Sixth peri-
od jokes, my friends, Mrs. Webber's stories,
K.W.'s weird jokes, "time out", certain songs,
sharing the same locker .
PATRICIA ANN EMERY
Band 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Debating Club
4 . . . The good times: (Marge's locker), Eg-
bert's morning reports, Jr. Skip Day, Sr.
Class Play, Friday nights after work, my long
friendship with K.K., hanging around with
L.M., M.C., J.R., and S.F., summer of '70
with B.J. and D.O.B. . . Want to forget:
W.H.S., work, my car, the bad times, all the
times I went out for my license, getting caught
. . I'll miss: The gang, all the great people
I've come to know, my childhood, long talks
Baseball 1; Concert Choir; Junior Rotarian
. . . The good times: Getting the hit in base-
ball, English 3 . . . Want to forget: English
projects . . . I'll miss: "uck".
SANDRA J. FARNSWORTH
Softball 2,3, capt. 4 . . . The good times:
Long Beach; Jr. English class; basketball
games; July 24-31, 1971; New Year's Eve; my
first job; Rockingham Park; being Geno's
neighbor; teasing Jim; Dave's birthday; talk-
ing to Gin; my Christmas present from Alb;
driving with Debbie . . . Want to forget: Liv-
ing in Pinehurst, arguing with Mr. Jones,
going to a Bruins game on my birthday,
Hank's all-occasion cards, Alb's informative
notes, being a "little people" in a certain
someone's eyes . . . I'll miss: Studies in the
library, my bestest friend Albie, sharing lock-
ers with Gin, softball, Jim falling on his
knee's, Hank in his shorts, Dave on the bench,
Junior Variety Show .,. . Summer of '71;
going to Canabie Lake with P.L., L.R., F.E.;
Hampton Beach with K.E., F.E., L.R.; all the
good times with A.N., B.J., P.M.; Jan. 29;
Mike . . . Want to forget: Going to S.H.I.
Maine, gym first period on Mon. and Wed.,
clerical . . . I'll miss: All my friends at
W.H.S., 5th period study.
Student Government 3,4; Creative Expression
. . . The good times: Summer of '71, Moody
Blues Concert, being with the people I loved,
meeting at Dave's . . . Want to forget: How
much I was limited at Wilmington High . . .
I'll miss: Leslie, Mrs. Aldrich, Bob, Gary,
Alice, everyone who helped me grow.
The good times: Friday nights, skipping, leav-
ing for lunch, the night of the Senior Play,
April 23, the parking lot going to Boston with
D.P., spring days. Junior Skip day Want
to forget: T.SH., Bedford V.A., Fessy's histo-
ry class, my first year in Wilmington, the
laundrimat with P.E., Mr. Grecco's studies
. . I'll miss: All my friends, my junior and
senior year, 6th period study, talks with D.F.,
dietetics bus, summer vacations.
Dental Clinic . . . The good times: S.D.,
4/29/71, Hampton, Breakhart, being with
R.G., riding in the Satellite, HoJo's, Mr.
Hill's A.I. class, S.G.'s party, going to
R.H.'s parties, study in rm. 217 . . Want to
forget: Gym class, D.S., H.S.D., 9/25/71,
lunches . . . I'll miss: Lockers 1 139 and 1 145,
metal shop, radiator near the LA., DA. and
G.F. fighting, studies, teasing N.C. in
Senior Play . . . The good times: George's,
Aug. 25 before 10:25, English II, one Satur-
day night, my basket for 5 years, going to give
the ring back with Joyce, Boston, Asbury,
Connecticut, Wash., Canada forever . . .
Want to forget: Doing English projects til 3
A.M., French 2 (all 3 times), the hospital, my
first proofs, fights, independence, ever selling
anything . . . I'll miss: Joe Straight, David
Scott, beeps, saying no to everything, M.J.K.,
45 minutes of sleep, security, Betsy and her
wet seats, Jo, listening to Joyce.
Work Study . . . The good times: After lunch
when Carol, Julie, Cip, Sonja and Debbie;
Carol and I would always having our short-
hand book open, studying . . . I'll miss:
Seeing all the kids, having a good time.
Cross Country, Spring Track, Chess Club,
Government Forum . . . The good times: The
walkout fiasco, the field day, the hill at lunch,
breakfast at the Pewter Pot (during first peri-
od), Mr. Joyce's English class (junior year),
my entire senior year . . . Want to forget:
None of it! ... I'll miss: The people, the in-
Crochet Club, Student Council 4 . . . The
good times: Going to plays with D.H.; Jan. 6,
1970; Sept. 23, 1969; M.L.M.; "How's
Business?"; H.S.! . . . Want to forget: Term
papers, term tests, gymnastics, algebra 2,
French 2 and 3, G.B., grammar . . . I'll miss:
"Darimalome" walking the halls, DAL and
the Beatles, studies, Mare, Jacki, L.P., R.K.,
M.W. M.A., M.S., the seal, M.Q.
Industrial Arts, Study, Study, Study
. . . The good times: Jr. Skip Day, Ho Jo's,
Mr. Osmond's math class, Hampton, Break-
hart . . . Want to forget: 4 years of gym, vo-
cabulary tests, taking the bus, getting up at
7:00, essays, books . . . I'll miss: '67 PLY.,
crib sheets, driving J.F. to school, skipping,
Cross Country 1; Spring Track 1; Chess Club;
Junior Variety Show; Senior Play; Editorial
Board . . . The good times: Senior Class Play,
the big bust, cast parties, Zodiac Man,
football games, Zoo, ski trips, June 11, 1972
. . . Want to forget: Friendly cop in Glouseter,
night at Flowers, Egeus' fender, being called
Lumpy . . . I'll miss: Not having to work, the
good times, a great class advisor, great friends
JOSEPH R. GALLANT
Chess Club, parties . . . Want to forget: My
'62 Volkswagon, my auto accident, English
classes . . . I'll miss: My motorcycles.
The good times: A week in N.H., being in the
10th grade, at the N.I., Sue's house, hockey,
raiding gardens . . . Want to forget: October
2, 1970; junior English class; the fork lift;
Lester's; Pigsh . . . I'll miss: Art, being able to
skip school, watching F.E. drive.
Debating Club; Riding Club . . . The good
times: Roller skating to sales class with Lois
Picanzo; when Pat, Joanne, Sue and I went to
Kitty's and got sick; sales class "for a while"
with Jean, Linda and Sully and Karen . . .
Want to forget: Sales teacher, this school, my
senior English class, Mr. Fesseden's history
class . . . I'll miss: All my friends and all the
good times we had; My home ec. class with
the kids, Mr. Shiere's class in my junior year.
Knitting 1,2 ... The good times: The time
Joan, Patty and I got lost in Boston looking
for the Registry; our Jr. Prom; U.S. history
with Fran; going to J.C.'s cottage; F.Q.;
suped-up V.W. . . . Want to forget: A's gym
classes, all type classes, lunches, book reports
. . . I'll miss: My friends at Wilmington High,
Mrs. F.'s knitting class during activity period,
Joan's car breaking down all the time.
The good times: Being rowdy, fishing with
Curran, C.C., bike riding, "Summer of '71",
last call at the drug store, corn husking, skiing
and more skiing, Ohio, New York, Canada,
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Conn. . . .
Want to forget: Getting lost in the parking lot;
ly's and Driscoll", getting picked up, instant
potatoes . . . I'll miss: Ski trips, the poems on
the bathroom walls, bomb scares during base-
The good times: Labor Day weekend of '71
with Steve, going over the Mystic River
Bridge, trying to learn to ski, laving school at
1 1:30, Jan B's New Year's party and the day
after, staying at Hampton for a weekend,
Forth of July . . . Want to forget: Having Mr.
Fessenden for 2 years, getting up at quarter to
7, my car not starting, working at Bradlees
... I'll miss: NOTHING.
KATHLEEN A. J. GILLIS
Field Hockey, Co-capt, Softball, Basketball
. . . Want to forget: George, pep talks, late
slips, detention, 2-faced teachers . . . The
good times: Home games, undefeated field
hockey, with Nancy and Donna, Pewter Pot
breakfast club, Salisbury and Hampton at
9:00, coasting with Landers, with Lauren and
Laureen, with C. Butler, soph. Eng., Jack . . .
I'll miss: Studies with Suzie and Bobo, Bessie,
sneaking away, all the great times we had, the
weekends, walking home after school, being
ELIZABETH A. GODZYK
Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,
2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; J.V. Show; Senior Play;
Yearbook . . . The good times: Art with Miss
Kulisich, trip to Camden with Mr. G., field
hockey championship '71, watching F.S. and
J.C. play soccer in cafe, teaching at Shaw-
sheen . . . Want to forget: "Big Al" calling me
Crash, band and Sat. morning rehearsals,
walking down the street between 5' 11" and
6'1, being benched my last year of hockey,
worrying if my '63 Chevy would make it home
. . . I'll miss: 6th period studies, getting up at
6:30, my car not starting, all the great friends
Business Club, Home Ec Club, Arts and
Crafts Club . . . The good times: Being with
Eddie, 12/20/70, talking to the gang at lunch,
doing rotten things in the hospitals . . . Want
to forget: Miss McCarthy's gym class, Eng-
lish, Miss Bocchino's French class, writing
term papers at the last minute, T.SH., hair-
nets, white shoes . . . I'll miss: All the friends
I've made at W.H.S.
RICHARD PAUL GUSTAFSON
Soccer 2; Student Council 3,4 ... The good
times: The bomb scares, Mr. Shiere's zero
chair, leaving school for a swim and going to
Kitty's for a pizza, trying to find out where
Mrs. M. lived . . . Want to forget: When my
Chevy seized up on the corner of Church Steet.
and Middlesex Ave., the day Carol wore hot
pants, the cafe guards, the P. A. system . . .
I'll miss: The motherly image of Mrs. Shea,
Gus' good stuff, Landry's Laundry, Gustuff
Enterprises, Mrs. M.'s wig.
The good times: April 19, 1971; Thanksgiving
'71; seeing the "real Boston" with C; making
"our" movie with L.; vampire movies with
Dan; Mr. Hartnett's class; Fenway with Carol
. . . Want to forget: Washington with Mrs.
Gershon; my first accident with Leslie; Igor;
getting my license; Roxbury with C. and Ken-
ny; smashing Dan's car; my mailbox . . . I'll
miss: All my talks with L.L.; Mr. Fardy's
proverbs; my fights with Big Al; telling Leslie
my problems; checking the mail at lunch time;
discussing D. and J. with Linda P.; Anchovie.
PAUL H. HANSON
MICHAEL L. HARRINGTON
Art Club 1,2, pres., 3,4; N.H.S. 3, V.pres., 4;
Senior Play; Track 1,2; Jr. Rotarian; Wildcat
Staff 4; Student Gov. 4 .. . The good times:
Paris, right and left flanks, Sunapee, U.
Mass. elevator, "Woodpile", Granny and
Danny, the gang, Good Ole Mare, 11-1-69,
talks with J.M., a shadow. Tweedy, a goose
egg . . . Want to forget: "Going swimming",
two moods — bad and worse, riding the waves
. . . I'll miss: Great times, wonderful friends
(especially M.L. and S.D.), things that were
"none of my business".
J.V. Basketball . . The good times: Miss
Chipman's Mnglish 2 class, trying to be an
actor and failing . Want to forget: Report
cards coming before vacations . I'll miss:
Mr. Jone's exciting math classes everyday.
Concert Choir 1; Golfing . . The good times:
Paris, Summer of '69, "My Fair Lady" . . .
Want to forget: 1st. period gym, French III,
running for the bus every morning, Mr. Fes-
senden's reports . I'll miss: All my friends,
social relations class.
Football 1 . . . The good times: Mrs. G's
class, Jr. Prom, second lunch . . . Want to
forget: Mr. J's algebra 2 class.
Mean Widdle Kid
Table Top Hockey, Softball Club . . . The
good times: Certain class in 213; Mr. D.; ac-
tivities; Mr. Joyce's class; Oct. 17, 18, 1969;
Feb. 21, 1970; Feb. 26-28, 1971; Oct. 16,
1971; Feb. 26, 1972; graduation '72 . . . Want
to forget: Some of the teachers; five gross er-
rors; Chem I; working 38 hours a week and
going to school too; Italian, English teachers
. . . I'll miss: Some of the kids, some of the
The good times: Warmies on the Common,
thumbing to N.J. with George and Rick . . .
Want to forget: School . . . I'll miss: D.K.,
Spanish Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; N.H.S. 3,
4; Jr. Rotarian 4 . . . Th good times: Chemis-
try I; -2 = 17/20; Mr. Joyce's classes; science
field trips; Dec. 26, 1970; June 5, 1971; Mr.
D's classes; "The Boat"; 14tf The Dump-
trucks . . . Want to forget: English seminars
and group discussions; "Human Sleeping
Pill"; P.S. Lab; wrestling; English and Italian
Sonnets; homework and term papers . . . I'll
miss: Many good friends; hockey games; cafe
lunches; group tests in 101; roller skating; five
gross errors .
STEVEN J. HOLLOWAY
Football 1,2,3, capt. 4; Hockey 1,2; Wrestling
3,4; Track 1,2,3,4 . . . The good times: Raid-
ing the locker rooms, Gillis' Gorillas, playing
soccer in the cafe, fighting with Jimmy Downs
. . . Want to forget: Chemistry: bad lunches;
homework; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day during football season . . . I'll miss: Talk-
ing with people in school, making up excuses
to get out of class, watching the girls go down
DAVID W. HOOPER
Soccer 3,4; Science Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Rod
and Gun Club 3; Spring Track 3 . . . The good
times: Having a winning soccer team, physics
in 211 ... Want to forget: Breaking my leg,
college boards, biology I and II . . . I'll miss:
Student teachers, running to lunch, Mc-
Garrett 5-0, saying the Pledge of Allegiance,
free dinners on Wednesday.
Crocheting Club; Handwriting Analysis . . .
The good times: Mr. Kelley's class, being with
friends . . . Want to forget: Gym class, school
lunches, French I and III .. I'll miss:
friends I've made at Wilmington High.
Senior Class Play . . . The good times:
NWDS; The Rock; 3-hour lunches; ski trips;
Jack-in-the-Box; flowers; flagpole swinging;
June 11, 1972 ... Want to forget: Hillman
Minx, sales-law class, the night I almost blew
up 4 cars, high school dances . . . I'll miss:
Bomb scares at W.H.S., school lunches, good
times with my friends.
CATHERINE FRANCES HYLAND
Majorettes, J.V. Show, Senior Play . . . The
good times: Boston and the dog; Good Har-
bor; Senior Play; J.V. Show; Woburn kids
and Blueberry Hill; Labor Day '71; N.H.;
Mrs. Webber's class; Jr. Prom; Christmas
'71; being L.W.'s sister; our captain, Janet S.;
Christmas wiith Stephen; Valentine's Day '72
. . . Want to forget: Camp Cody and the kids,
skiing with Laureen in Maine, Sat. morning
practices, working in Simons, Linda and Lau-
reen's ulcers . . . I'll miss: Steve D., Mr. Gar-
rett's bow tie, being with my friends, Mrs.
Wentworth, Steve L., Linda L. and Joesy,
Lise and Pete, Mr. Kelley, opening night.
Work Study . . . The good times: B.M.'s Jr.
and Sr. Proms; all the good times; the time we
got chased by the horse; Butch M.; the things
M.B. did for me; going out with unforgettable
M.C., B.V., B.S. and B.M., almost!! ...
Want to forget: The time B.M. and I broke
up, all the bad times I've had, ignorant people
. . . I'll miss: Second period study; being late
for class, the fune we had in English 11 and
12, giving Mr. Greco a hard time, Mrs. Cron-
in's class, girls' room by Mrs. Cronin's room,
a certain studebaker.
Concert Choir 1,2,3,4; Metal Shop 3,4; Ski
Club 3 . . . The good times: J.V. Show, "A
Midsummer's Night Dream", Mr. Millev
passing me in Math, Junior Week, not having
gym . . . Want to forget: Ski trip on Jan. 16,
'71; math; French II; winter and spring con-
certs; The P. A. system; Mr. Fessenden's
"easy" tests and reports; getting up at 6:15 to
make the bus; Mr. Cripps' 20-page term pa-
per . . . I'll miss: The kids; the good times; my
junior year; U.S. history classes; three
The good times: Switching with S.P., going
out with the person you like, staying with
Kathie's family, Junior Prom, getting lost in
Boston looking for art schools . . . Want to
forget: The stampede to the lunch room, shar-
ing a crowded locker with two other people,
almost being late for school everyday, Lucy's
Home-Ec. class in 9th. grade, Christmas Eve
of '71 in Prudential Center . . . I'll miss: The
good times in art class, my friends, Mrs. F.'s
knitting class, having a good teacher like Miss
Kulisich for art.
Field Hockey 3; Junior Variety Show; Prom
Committee 3 . . . The good times: Dave; old
ladies with Pam; Wingaersheek; trips to Bos-
ton; good times with M. and D.; the pits; when
Anne fell off the bike; freshman home ec. with
Diane . . . Want to forget: The drugstore . . .
I'll miss: Good times with my friends.
Majorette 3,4; Basketball Cheerleading 3,4
.... The good times: Cheering; football
games; dances; 7/12/70; Junior Prom; fun
times with H.C., S.H. and M.S.; Dave and
Canada; basketball games and J.M.; Sr. class-
es with D.W.; skiing with Syd . . . Want to
forget: chem. lab., lunch tales, Sat. morning
practices, fights with J.M., College Boards.
"Falling for Mike" with P.H. . . . I'll miss:
"Studies" at the library, all my friends, cheer-
ing, all the fun, dances, the gang at a certain
Travel Club 3; Crochet 4 . . . The good times:
Zipping across the highway with Girlie, S.S.,
and J. A.; listening to Girlie and Creampuff
singing in the halls; roller skating with Girlie,
S.S. and D.D.D.; working with J.A., D.D.D.,
Girlie, S.S., Creampuff, K.R. . . . Want to
forget: Bad times in Washington D.C.; gym
class; D.D.D. and her large earrings! . . . I'll
miss: #'s 1,2,3,4,5; the gang and the pole!
STEVEN F. JOHNSON
JAMES E. JOHNSON
The good times: Visiting friends in New
Hampshire and having a good time, working
in the G.A. shop . . . Want to forget: School
and S. Burt . . . I'll miss: The friends I have
here in Wilmington when I move to New
Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 4 . . . The good
times: Talks with Uncle Ralph; J.D.; my se-
nior year; talks with Chick; Pat's bomber; all
the good times with Mike; talks with J.D.,
B.K.; my great friendship with Pat E. . . .
Want to forget: D.M., my freshman year, the
fight with J.D., the fight between D.J. and
C.T. . I'll miss: All my friends, R.D., 4th.
and 6th. period study, A.B., the kids on the
basketball team, sitting in Pat's car talking to
Chick, times with Beth, being tied with 5'1 1"
for second tallest in school.
Patrons Drive; Dental Clinic 1,2,3; Basketball
Intramurals 1; J.V. Show . . . The good times:
June 4, 1971; summer of '70; May 14, 1971;
Apt. 2b; Mac; Red Sox games; Katy's; Rover;
Murphy; trips to Boston; Newport; the store;
junior year . . . Want to forget: Senior year;
standing at the bus stop with K.E.; getting
fired; June 20, 1971; July 31, 1971; Mac,
Jack and Dan I'll miss: Going out to
RICHARD E. KEANE, JR.
Cross Country 2,3, capt. 4; Winter Track 1,2,
3, co-capt. 4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Student
Gov't. 3; Band 1,2; National Honor Society 3,
4; Yearbook; Junior Rotarian . . . The good
times: Tewksbury Cross Country meet 1969,
banquets, left and right flanks, Pennsylvania,
Martha's Vineyard, roller skating, "The
Boat" . . . Want to forget: Winter Track 1971,
Spring Track 1971, term papers, triads, semi-
nars, calculus, English 4 . . . I'll miss: Mr.
Lynch's math classes, Mr. Kelley's jokes,
MARTIN J. KELLEY
Basketball 1, Science Club, Football 1, Math
League . . . The good times: Sports, friends,
outwitting teachers, playing hockey . . . Want
to forget: Term papers, English, math,
speeches, gym, getting hurt during sports . . .
I'll miss: Hockey, basketball, football games,
good friends, Friday nights.
The good times: "N.W.D.S."; the prom;
times with Paul O.; the times with D.R.,
D.G., S.P., E.V., M.L.; Al's party; Margo's
parties . . . Want to forget: Driving D.G.'s
V.W., fights with Paul O., the night at Al's
party, the night the brakes went down, the all-
nighter with M.L. . . . I'll miss: Hanging
around with the girls, the girls' night out, the
parties, Woburn Street School, N.W.D.S.,
Hockey 1,2,3, capt. 4; Band 1; Track 1; Na-
tional Honor Society . . . The good times:
Brenda, rides to Wheeler's, the tracks, the
pits, the cemetery, Boston Common, the
Kango, celebration after the championship,
hockey practices . . . Want to forget: Billy
Ray's bogus . . . I'll miss: The Kango crew,
my race car, the hockey championships and
J.V. Show, Class Rep., Patrons Drive . . . The
good times: After the Patrons Drive with D.S.
and M.D., Boston with L.L, K.C.'s rubber
bumpers, Salisbury Beach, summers . . .
Want to forget: "Volcano", "Big Jim", D.S.
at Mac's, C.A.'s skin cancer, amplifier feed-
back, "no teeth" . . . I'll miss: Giving R.L. a
hard time for four years, the parties, Sunday's
at Si nop' s, our messy locker .
Basketball 1,2,3, capt. 4 . . . The good times:
CD. finding something unwanted in a pocket,
"The establishment knows", CD. breaking
chair, P.L. and D.L. hitting fence, CHAR-
LIE, Fri's at Donna's and Rick's, Cindy and
Bernie fighting, hanging around with P.L. for
four years . . . Want to forget: Mai's rotten
moods, my fights with Charlie, C.D.'s Black
and Blue, D. and R.'s fights, working at the
drugstore, Bernie's garbage mouth, Charlie
beating me up! . . . I'll miss: Cindy's salvation
coat, visiting Mr. G.
Field Hockey 1; Concert Choir 3 . . . The
good times: The time that Janice, Brenda, El-
len, and I went to see the movie "Charley".
Basketball 2,3, capt. 4; Softball 1,2; Field
Hockey 1,2 ... The good times: 54-69, Eng-
lish class, being with M.C, camping in N.H.,
teaching Pup to drive a V.W., eggs with Hack-
er, skiing, Ratch's wedding, playing hockey,
M.L.'s parties, our long lunch break . . .
Want to forget: Action taking so long taking a
picture, the G's staircase, running out of gas,
my V.W. . . . I'll miss: Seeing everyone, all
the good times, donuts second period, 224
girls' room, Dukie, Buddy and her gang.
HENRY B. LANDRY
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Chess Club 2,3,4; Chess
Team 3,4 . The good times: Physics 211,
chem II . . . Want to forget: Student teachers,
biology I I'll miss: Lunches, Mrs. Lewis'
German classes, Dave Stewart.
The good times: Chuck's class; going out with
Stew; calling Haffner's with Diane Gray;
going out with the kids from Burlington; driv-
ing with D.G. in the car; going to Lowell with
"Ben"; going to Suffolk with J.B., S.R. and
J.C. . . . Want to forget: K.B. going out with
L.R.; E.W. writing on my locker; going out
with S.R., M.C. and B.S. on a Fri. night;
going out with S.S. . . . I'll miss: Getting dis-
missed at 11:30 on Tues. and Fri., rewriting
English papers for Mrs. Aldrich.
Government Forum . . . The good times: The
family, rainy days at the beach, going to the
Pewter Pot, Hill '69, all the parties, being with
the people I love, Mr. Grecoe's class, 1971 ...
Want to forget: T.S.H., my first two years at
W.H.S., disagreements I have had with peo-
ple I care about, gym classes . . . I'll miss:
Miss Rynne, Mr. Grecoe, all the friends I
have made, running to see Jack and Mike.
The good times: Running to classes with B.K.;
eating dill pickles; trip to Washington with
Travel Club; parties at D.V.'s and R.F.'s
apartment; summer of '71; weekend in White
Mountains; sleeping out at M.F.'s house;
L.A.'s wedding; Stage Fort Park . . . Want to
forget: Gym, locker 380 at ten minute break,
sharing a locker, D.L.'s car, 1st time skiing,
listening to my father when he heard my fu-
ture plans . . . I'll miss: Mrs. W.'s jokes and
stories, Mr. M. jumpstarting my car after
school, running out to see M.L. during free
Student Gov't. . . . The good times: Mickey,
yelling "Hooker" in the hall, trucking down
the corridor, Mrs. Cronin's English class,
Cathy and Carol, Jr. Prom . . . Want to for-
get: Suspension, Mr. Garrett's face, Mr.
McMahon's face, Monday mornings, fights
with Cindy, M.R., gym . . . I'll miss: Mickey,
the whole school, Mr. Cogan, S.R., S.W.,
G.H., D.H., J.C, Mrs. Webber's classes, Mr.
Grecoe, Mr. DeLuca, tea at Lorraine's house
before school .
JOSEPH J. LEATHERS
The good times: Switzerland ski trip . . .
Want to forget: Announcements . . . I'll miss:
English 12, bomb scares that gave us one or
two hours of recess.
Nurses' Club, Crocheting Club . . . The good
times: The Jr. Prom, senior class trip of '71,
Senior Class Play of '72, the donkey basket-
ball game . . . Want to forget: All the studies,
my CO. P. class . . .
MARY A. LINDMARK
J.V. Show, Senior Class Play, Student Gov-
ernment 4 . . . The good times: Right and left
flanks, chemistry class, football games,
1/6/69, English II, lunch with S.J. and H.C.,
the day #1139 caught fire, "Phy-to", Susie
the pig, 9/23/69, "how's business?" . . . Want
to forget: Term papers, sophomore year, Eng-
lish III, gym, French, G.B., seminars . . . I'll
miss: Walking the halls, playing cards on
girls' room floor, D.D., R.K., S.J., R.G., J.F.,
L.F., doing one/third the work, M.H., R.H.,
Winter Track; Baseball 2; Soccer 2,3, capt. 4;
Ski Club; J.V. Show; Patrons Drive . . . The
good times: Soccer, J.V. Show, lunch, war-
mies on weekends, every weekend, vacations,
Mrs. Aldrich's English class, biology with
Buddy, 4 years with Muriel . . . Want to for-
get: Missing the states by 1% point, the Gold-
en Dome, Mr. Kelley's math, marks . . . I'll
miss: Buddy, choctaw, Boutwell, Jocko,
Roach, Serpie, fagatron, M.K., D.C., C.A.,
J. P., N.D., C.C., flusher, the squatter, #1,
giving M.K. a hard time.
Field Hockey 1,2; Executive Board 2,3, V.P.
1; J.V. Show . . . The good times: With Joe;
China Moon; Nov. 27, 1971, the Boston trip;
Chicky and I at Mariana's; summer of '69;
my special talks with L.H.; eyebrows . . .
Want to forget: Fights on the phone, sales
classes, Andover victory ride with Sully, a cer-
tain award, fights about a certain person . . .
I'll miss: All my underclassmen buddies, Mr.
Scanlon's & Mrs. Cronin's classes, meeting
Joe in the morning, my talks at lunch with
friends, Tammy, Joe on June 19th.
ANTHONY J. LONGO, JR.
The good times: Getting out at 10:30 every-
day, skipping activity periods, Chuck's Eng-
lish classes, taking 3 lunches . . . Want to for-
get: The oral reports, indoor suspension . . .
I'll miss: Going to Janet's instead of school,
getting out at 10:30 everyday, woodworking,
riding around delivering woodworking pro-
jects, going to Boston.
Basketball 1, Ski Club, Debating Club, J.V.
Show, Patrons Drive . . . The good times:
"Summer of '70", apartment 2B, 6/4/71,
Red Sox with K.K., the store, the airport, trip
to Newport with K.K., Boston, making "our
movie" with P., junior year, "being with Pe-
ter" . . . Want to forget: July of '71, getting
fired, Jack and Dan, P.'s call from Spain . . .
I'll miss my talks in English with P.H. &
L.C., going out to lunch.
DAWN M. LYMAN
Student Council 1, Basketball manager 3,
Business Club 3, J.V. Show, Senior Play,
Student Government Day, Yearbook Staff
... The good times: With S.L., CM., P.Mc,
D.H.; lunchroom talks; football games;
proms; J.V. Show; Senior Play; 6th period
study; A.P.S. and the laughs . . . Want to for-
get: Gourmet meals, Mrs. Aldrich's English
class, cold winter mornings waiting for the
bus, gym, missing the Bruins and getting
stuck on the ice ... I'll miss: My friends,
memories, dumb things, A.P.S. cheering, fun
and laughs, a certain English table, Rosemary
and her big mouth.
Business Club, Tennis, Batik Club, Art Club,
Riding Club, Furniture Refinishing Club . . .
The good times: The trip to Rockport, skip
day, the bomb scares, after the Senior Class
Play . . . Want to forget: The crowded lunch-
es, freshman English class, gym class, getting
kicked by a horse . . . I'll miss: The art field
trip, some of the teachers and the kids from
DAN J. MACDONALD
Football 2,3; Baseball 3 . . . The good times:
"Uck", "ah-ah", drafting 1-4, Mr. Joyce's
English, senior work study . . . Want to for-
get: English 12, Fred's class, Junior Prom,
getting caught on Wildwood St. with B.B. and
D.K. . . . I'll miss: Marilee and her talks,
weekend booze parties, bomb scares, Mrs.
Psychology Club, Discussion Club, Teacher's
Aide . . . The good times: Angling to get out
of classes, El Senor, winning at cards in study,
Pewter Pot during gym with Marge, cutting
down the Christmas tree for Mr. Cripps . . .
Want to forget: Struggling through algebra 2,
sophomore speech class, under classmen, third
lunch . . . I'll miss: smoking in the girl's
room, conning the teachers, a lot of really
good people, my good ol'locker, Mr. Grecoe
and B.K.M., utter confusion.
BLAINE S. MACINNIS
Patrons Drive 3,4; Senior Play . . . The good
times: My party on the hill, Hanke's party,
Jack's, the night of my birthday . . . I'll re-
member: Rescuing the tango from the fire
department, Mrs. Aldrich tutoring, K.B., hav-
ing parties at Snoops', all the good times with
Cip and Budge . . . I'll miss: my favorite little
man — Fugi . . . Want to forget: Suspension
with Mr. Kelley, T.R.
Senior Class Play . . . The good times: Kan-
gie's, play, cast party . . . Want to forget: The
bust . . . I'll miss: All my friends.
DEBRA J. MARCHANT
The good times: The family, Pewter Pot, hill
69, going to the beach rain or shine, last year's
graduation party, being brainwashed in Eng-
lish, Old Bess Want to forget: None of it
I'll miss: Miss Rynne, Chuck Danielson,
Track 1,3; Football 2; Indoor Track 2,4;
Cross Country 1,3; Drama Club; J.V. Show;
Senior Play . . . The good times: Friday,
bomb scares, hockey on stage, the cast of '71,
trucking, cemetery meetings, the Zoo, June
21, TULKA, 40 feet . . . Want to forget:
Lunches, eye and ear tests, McGarrett and
McMannix 5-0, much, tokens, Boog, 33 feet
. . . I'll miss: Zodiac man, UKK, Roachman,
Chipmunk, Wiret, Jamis, J.M.C., P.N.,
Meatball, Virgil, Bill much?, Wistle, B.L.T.
JULIA A. MARR
J.V. Show, Basketball Cheerleading, Vice-
President 2 . . . The good times: J.V. Show;
the parties; the stonewall; summer of '67; a
certain day at Hampton Beach with R.B.;
Mai; Happy Birthday at Wildwood; Zop on
Rone; Mr. G's English class; sand castles at
Nahant; 8th grade . . Want to forget: Cheer-
leading; Demoulas; The Y.C.; L.W.'s laugh;
nights with nothing to do; algebra I; B.B.'s
whistle; Rausch; fights between L.W. and
J.B.; my senior year . . . I'll miss: Mrs.
Wentworth; the Dental Clinic.
Hockey; Football 3; Chess Club 2,3; Switzer-
land Ski Trip . . The good times: Switzer-
land, powderhorn, Mr. Grecoe's class, ski
trips, Zermatt, 4th floor parties Want to
forget: Football, Plucker, Demoulas, Sears at
Christmas, English class, Garber Travel Serv-
ice, rip-offs . . . I'll miss: Switzerland, ski
trips, powderhorn, bus drivers in Switzerland,
wiping out in powderhorn.
JAMES C. MAXWELL
Basketball 1,2,3, co-capt. 4; Football 1; Chess
Club 3; Band 1,2 ... The good times: After
basketball games, dances, studies at the li-
brary, weekends . . . Want to forget: College
boards, gymnastics, English 4, achievements,
band . . . I'll miss: Basketball; friends — espe-
cially S.J., Itch, and H.C.; studies at the
THOMAS J. MCGINLEY
Football 1, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Class
President 4, Senior Play, Drama Club, Gov-
ernment Forum, Drug Committee, J.V. Show
. . . The good times: Cape Cod, Roger P.,
Maine, Paul's cat house, coffee house days,
class parties, Linda S., Bob's 7th period club,
Jethro Tull concert, Good Harbor raid, B.W.,
P.W., V.W. . . . Want to forget: The family,
Larry's Organ, zodiac man . . . I'll miss: Ju-
nior Skip Day, Mr. Kelley, friends.
JOHN G. MCKENZIE
Football 1, J.V. Show, Patrons Drive, Chess
Club . . . The good times: The night of the
J.V. Show, summer vacation of '70, "sport
hotel 8:00," Feb. vacation of '72, Allalinblich
. . . Want to forget: Football camp, home-
work . . . I'll miss: All the friends I've made in
high school, the "sport hotel" and the Swiss &
German kids, Allalinblich, 4th floor parties.
Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2;
Science Club; Math League . . . The good
times: Studies at the town library.
Basketball 1,3,4; Basketball Cheer leading 2;
Football Cheerleading 3,4; J.V. Show; Senior
Play: Executive Board 3,4; Yearbook Editori-
al Staff . . . The good times: Kelley's Heroes;
birthday parties; English 3,4; Count Yorga;
the "Good Guy" Night; Rye Beach; 6th peri-
od; Elephant Dance; orange fights . . . Want
to forget: Senior Play costumes; my pictures;
skiing collisions; Frank's yawn . . . I'll miss:
The B-ball gang; my million brothers; Mrs. E,
B & N; dumb jokes, being called Irish; many
friends & many smiles.
CHARLES M. MILLER
Intermural Soccer, Football I, J.V. Hockey,
My Fair Lady, J.V. Show, Senior Play, Ki-
wanis Key Club . . . The good times: 226
chem. class, science club outing, Gino's, Eng-
lish table # 1, Mr. Joyce's class, chem. explo-
sion, Xmas party '71, S.K.. . . Want to for-
get: Nothin' . . I'll miss: The Lynch Mob,
running for lunch. 5 gross errors.
SANDRA L. MOORE
Horseback Riding Club, Batking Club, Art
Club, Crochet Club, Furniture Club . . . The
good times: The time I left school during a
bomb scare and got caught, MacDonald's af-
ter the Senior Play . . . Want to forget: The
school lunches, working at Smithcraft for
10 '/2 hours on a Sunday, Miss McCarthy's
gym class . . . I'll miss: All the kids at lunch.
Copper Enameling . . . The good times:
Times with S.W., talks with B.K.M., gym
class, junior prom, going steady with 3 guys at
the same time without being caught . . . Want
to forget: Shorthand II, homework and tran-
scripts, my freshman year, when L.M. ran
away, a two-faced friend, W.H.S. cafe . . . I'll
miss: Playing black-jacks in studies, super
friends of mine, the cafe ladies, some of my
teachers, sharing a locker.
PAMELA M. MORRIS
Basketball Cheerleading 3, capt. 4; Football
Cheerleading 4; National Honor Society; J.V.
Show . . . The good times: Mike, old laditfs
with B.J., UMass and apples, Vermont and
skiing, "Hitching a Ride", marvey and groov-
ey, Three Dog Night, flagpole swinging,
Trinka, blueberries, house hunting, birthday
parties, fan clubs, Mom, Dad, Jude, seventy-
one . . . Want to forget: The median, tryouts,
Sandy's fall, college boards, poison ivy, bro-
ken ski, mono . I'll miss: Friendly faces
and other familiar places.
KATHY A. MUGFORD
Home Ec. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2 ... The good
times: At our locker; junior skip day; lab with
Mr. Fardy; Mrs. Mindell's English class, 7th
period study; bomb scares; the day Sue wore a
dress; making fun of L.C. . . . Want to forget:
Miss McCarthy's gym classes, Mr. Milley's
geometry class, study periods in the audito-
rium, 7th period Family Living, long lunch
lines, football rallies, the band . . . I'll miss:
All my friends, drooling over M.W.
STEPHEN D. NEAL
Football 4; Hockey 1,2,3, co-capt. 4 . . . The
good times: School parking lot, Friday nights,
D.R., Burlington hockey games . . . Want to
forget: Big Al; Princess, the dog . . . I'll miss:
WHS parking lot on the weekends.
J.V. Show, Senior Play, Executive Board 4,
Drama Club . . . The good times: Good Har-
bor; square dancing; parties; cast party; flag-
pole swinging; the concerts; le boire; the hair-
cut; "Liar"; size 13 skates; the cellar; Nov. 20,
'71; New Hampshire; Boston after dark . . .
Want to forget: Freshman, the 3 J's, the bust,
the organ, P.F., "Confusion", being awak-
ened at 6:30 by a friend, Q.D., a bump in the
road, E.S.P., 3 A.M., summer '70, runaways
. . . I'll miss: My buddies, the crew, cc's, girls'
night out, cav's house, doubles with J.S., the
opera, the locker, talks with Tom.
Cross Country 1; Band 1,2; Chess 3,4 .. . The
good times: Drafting II when S.L. hit R.E.D.
with an eraser, band with Mr. G., hand ball
with D.M. in the hall by 212, 3rd lunch, Ju-
nior Responsibility and card games, the time
the intercom was out for 7 mos., climbing
through the window to see Caution . . . Want
to forget: English II with D.D., French II and
III, 1st period gym in Nov. and Dec, Shake-
speare . . . I'll miss: Rapping in study, jungle
in 127, band with Mr. G, beach parties,
Rocco's after work.
ROBERT S. NOEL
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball
1,2,3,4; Chess .. . The good times: When
Paul, Bruce and I played dots in English, the
great time that you can have when you have a
study, responsibility too . . . Want to forget:
Great lunches, 2 a day even . . . I'll miss: Mr.
Kelley's great jokes, they are really good;
Coach's gym class; great football practices.
Mfi *? I0L
Treasurer 3,4; Band 1,2; J.V. Show Commit-
tee; Senior Play Committee . . . The good
times: Maine with Michele and Mark, hitting
a snowbank, 1st lunch, patrons drive, summer
of '71, car washes, knowing Dean C,
1/30/72 to?, Wyman's ... Want to forget:
English class, agj"--\vation of having your pen
apart, staying home all weekend, telephone
poles . I'll miss: All my wonderful friends,
having good times in school, collecting dues
and money, 4th, 5th study, having a certain
DAVID J. NORTON
The good times: Taking all three lunches, dai-
ly refreshments at lunch . . . Want to forget:
Mr. Garrett and freshman year . . . I'll miss:
Mr. DeGeorge's shop class, Mrs. Cronin's
ANNE C. NOVAK
Executive Board 3,4; Football Cheerleading 3,
4; Basketball Cheerleading 1,2,3; J.V. Show;
Yearbook Staff . . . The good times: Knowing
Frank, girls' room talks with Brenda,
U. Mass. and applepicking, Wingaersheek
after Jr. Prom, cheering with Peg and Mari-
lee, days at York with Karen and "the guys",
riding the tandem with Pam, going to Mac-
Donalds' on Saturdays . . . Want to forget:
Thanksgiving '71, "cooling it", cheering
tryouts, "one-nighter" . . . I'll miss: Laughing
with Bernie, Mr. D's philosophies, Wildcats,
Brenda's notes, the old gang and other famil-
KAREN E. OLSON
Drama Club, Yearbook Staff, Arts and
Crafts . . The good times: Study's in the
cafe, 3rd period gym, Mrs. Cronin's 7th peri-
od English, Mrs. Fitzgibbon's baby shower,
home ec. 4, swapping class pictures, driver ed.
. . . Want to forget: L.C.'s awful laugh, the
"dip", 1st. lunch, boring assemblies, steno. 2,
apparatus, being a freshman . . . I'll miss: All
my friends, school lunches, my messy locker,
vacations, driving with Kathy M., all my oth-
er friends, discussions at my locker.
DAVID F. O'ROURKE
Football 1; Track 1,2; Cross Country 2,3; Ski
Club 3,4; Chess Club 2,3,4; J.V. Show; Senior
Play; Executive Board 4; Discipline Commit-
tee ... The good times: Marko's cottage;
summer and winter, especially winter; Switz-
erland trip; Sport Hotel; 8:00; Phe Beta Cum
charter member; Mt. Washington Auto Road
with two kids in the trunk; "drag races" after
work; beach parties at Plum Island . . . Want
to forget: Report cards, especially 2nd term
senior year . . . I'll miss: Getting beat up by
Mr. Kelley all the time.
Field Hockey 1,2; Softball 2; Basketball 1,2,3,
4 . . . The good times: Mavericks; N.W.D.S.
parking lot; Woburn Street; New Year's Eve
party; graduation party; Washington, D.C.;
August 14, 1971 ... Want to forget: Big Al's
history class, type with cavewoman, the 17th
party, last year's graduation party with D.K.,
certain guys, A.S., my bad temper, Dianna's
braces . . . I'll miss: All my friends, hassles at
lunch, teasing freshmen, being second to the
tallest girl in school, 6th period study and sick
jokes, P.B. and S.F. touching hall lights in
DIANE RATCHFORD PARRELLA
The good times: L.W.'s parties; Lynn Beach;
E.G. parties; New Years Eve '69; nights in
D.G.'s trailer; junior skip day; May 1, 1970
with J. P.; movies in Medford '71; Canobie
Lake with J. P., P.C. and M.F., Salisbury;
camping at the Cape with L.W. . . . Want to
forget: Fights with J.K.; Stuart's dressing
room; broken faucet at S.P.'s house; thumb-
ing with S.P. and D.K.; Boston with K.G. and
D.K.; Stoneham Cinema; gym, class II . . .
I'll miss: Junior English class with Mr. J.
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Senior Play . . . The good
times: Jackie's 1950 Pontiac, the Senior Play,
our birthday party, the N.W.D.S., the studies,
lunch break, Chuck's class, Woburn St.
School, Gino's class, love bug, all the riders
. . . Want to forget: Self defense; the Andath-
ol woman; Ernie; one nighters; my braces;
M.S., the Billerica kids and L.G. party;
munch, munch . . . I'll miss: School, all the
kids, crowded hallways, kids asking me
"How's the weather up there?", basketball,
MARK S. PETERS
The good times: Out at the rock from Friday
to Sunday night . . . Want to forget: The four
years of high school . . . I'll miss: Not much.
RICHARD T. PETERS
NANCY A. PHILLIPS
Ski Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Variety Show; Senior
Class Play; Student Government 4 . . . The
good times: Weekend at Okemo; M.T., S.P.;
art class with Quiggs; J.V. Show; summer of
'71; the bomb threats; chemistry with D.G.
and B.D. . . . Want to forget: Junior Skip
Day, S.M.'s pajama party, six kids using my
locker, the Youth Center, June 13, English 12
. . . I'll miss: 101 ways of getting out of class,
out to lunch with K.B., the juniors, going to
SUSAN E. PHILLIPS
The good times: L.W.'s parties, summer of
'70, Lynn Beach, a week in N.H., E.G.'s par-
ties, D.G.'s trailer, Mr. It's chemistry class
with L.W. and S.L., Jr. Skip Day, Good Fri-
day '70 and '71, M.G.'s wedding, New Year's
Eve'69, ski trips, Salisbury . . . Want to for-
get: Stuart's dressing room, M.S.'s sponge
cake, movie with D.R. and D.K. in '71, the
movie "Charly", algebra II, S.L.'s VW run-
ning out of gas, the broken faucet, night S.L.
fell down D.G.'s stairs, Stoneham Cinema,
gym class II . . . I'll miss: Junior English
class, 2nd and 5th period studies.
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LINDA JANET PINE
"My Fair Lady", J.V. Show, Concert Choir
. . . The good times: Going to dances, ski
trips, coffee houses, good times with J. in '73,
Senior Prom, the summer with Jim and all the
crazy things we've done together . . . Want to
forget: Oral reports in front of the class, driv-
er ed., third lunch, gym I'll miss: All of
my girlfriends, especially P.H., L.S., L.F.,
C.H., D.R., L.Mc, P.R. and S.P.; field-days;
all of my big brothers, R.W., B.M., B.B.,
MR., D.K., T.L. and K.K.; art classes; just
fooling around with old friends.
BRUCE A. POIRIER
Wrestling, Architecture Club . . . The good
times: Snow days and the day the tape ration
was lifted in Mr. Dicey's class . Want to
forget: All the times I've sat on something left
from the last lunch, the sneakers I've been
using the last couple of years . . . I'll miss:
Walking to school in the rain and going to the
auditorium for those thrilling assemblies.
\rt Club 1,2,3,4; Class Play Ticket Sales . . .
The good times: Martha's Vineyard, Rm.
682, Mr. Danielson's English class, our eleva-
tor, the Cape, Art, Winny, Eastie, Lynne,
B.T.A., D.C. . . . Want to forget: Waiting for
the bus on those cold mornings, the great bike
hike '70 . . . I'll miss: Rm. 118 with Miss K.;
table 1, seat 2; "the pole"; all the gang; kick-
ing the locker shut.
ANNE C. POLSEY
Home Ec. Club 1,2,3,4; Arts and Crafts . . .
The good times: At K.'s locker, Jr. Skip Day,
Miss Kroll's history classes, Miss David's
home ec. classes; Mrs. Mindell's English
class, going home 7th period . . . Want to for-
get: Mrs. Page's English classes, Mr. G. and
Mr. L. saying "Smile", the study periods in
the auditorium, waiting in Mrs. M.'s English
class, 7th period Family Living on Monday's
. . . I'll miss: All my friends, some of my
teachers, making fun of L.C.
Intramural Soccer, Chess Club . . . The good
times: "Italians" and "the Spear Chucker",
P.O.D. classes, eating in study, Mr. Cripps'
class, Mr. Georgian's class, Friday nights,
Gino, snowing substitutes, Marsa K. . . .
Want to forget: Crawling in gym; the mentali-
ty 'zero' cliques; all football heroes; a few
teachers; analysis; the heating system; senior
"sorority" rings; 35 hours a week;
pre- August, 1971 ... I'll miss: The gourmet
lunches in the cafe, the misadventures of Stan-
ley Fielding, great explosions, Cloach's tender
pleading, "five gross errors", Barney's smil-
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SUSAN L. RANDELL
Creative Stitchery, Metal Enameling . . . The
good times: Walden Pond and my leaves, the
"tough guys" at the Cape, Joey's house,
dances we "went" to with Joyce and Paula
. . . Want to forget: Fights with my friends,
the cafe food . . . I'll miss: Mr. Shiere's book-
keeping II class, loafing, embroidering in the
Debating Club, Riding, Work Study, J.V.
Committee . . . The good times: When
Joanne, Pat, Laurie and I walked Marge to
her locker and she found men's underwear in
it; Taylor's Rd.; night of the class play; Friday
and Saturday nights being with the kids; Jr.
Skip Day . . . Want to forget: Sales (for a
while) . . . I'll miss: Neph and Lois roller-
skating to second period, seeing a lot of the
TERESA D. REYNOLDS
The good times: Going to the Kangamagus
with Lenny, Kevin and Donna; going with
Lenny; rides to New Hampshire; the field dur-
ing the summer; trucking with the kids; the
dances with 'Caution' . . . Want to forget:
Working at DeMoulas; 2/26/72; going to
W.H.S. for four years; Carol, Cathy and El-
len screaming "hooker"; copping an attitude;
the glorified football team . . . I'll miss: C.U.;
K.B.; T.R.; D.G.; C.L.; Miss Abbood; all the
people who've helped me; Carol, Ellen and
Cathy always goofing off.
The good times: After school in 1 12 . . . Want
to forget: The social emphasis rather than the
academic emphasis in the school . . . I'll miss:
Louise and Marylee.
PAUL E. RITCHIE
Football 2,4; Baseball 2,4; Basketball 1,3,
capt. 4; J.V. Show; Senior Play; Student
Gov't. . . The good times: Michele, Saturday
night after football games, weekend on the
Cape, VW, Community Auditions, day after
the prom, "Beasly Bomber", "Wally Wall-
wackers", Tewksbury game . . . Want to for-
get: Football camp, type class, basketball
games against Andover, report cards . . . I'll
miss: The "hill", Fred's pre-game speeches,
Geno's practices, Crafty Capers, Demoulas
steaks, "hoop", Hampton Beach, cabin 2,
bumper riding, senior sleep-out, elephant
walk in the J.V. Show.
ANTHONY C. ROMANO
The good times: Running from 1st period
class to the boys' room, having a cigarette,
making it on time for second period . . . Want
to forget: U.S. history class with Mr. F. and
his rotten tests . . . I'll miss: Waking up at
7:30 and trying to make it to school by 8:00.
SUZANNE M. RONAN
Senior Play . . . The good times: September
14, Junior Prom, Mr. C.'s class with J. and
K., my junior English class, study hall at the
Town Library with D.S., making it through
this place with J.H. along side of me ...
Want to forget: Room 201 with that certain
person, entering W.H.S. as a freshman, get-
ting up in the morning to face "Let us all
stand" . . . I'll miss: Mr. G.'s important an-
nouncements, the first and last day of school,
the friends and the excitement I'll be leaving
behind the doors of W.H.S.
CHERYL M. ROONEY
Pep Club I . . . The good times: Taking all
three lunches and going to the drug store, Jr.
Skip Day, driver ed. with 5'11", NWDS,
Field Day, parties, going to Hampton, Wo-
burn Street School . . . Want to forget:
T.S.H., Bedford V.A., big Al's history class,
Miss McCarthy's demonstrations, summer of
'70, Mr. Greco's studies . . . I'll miss: Making
fun of freshmen, the gang, the Bomber "50",
Dianna and her D.K.'s, taking Sue and Donna
to Donna's house for lunch, summer
Class Secretary 3, Prom Committee, J.V.
Committee, Debating Club; Riding Club . . .
The good times: M.C.'s locker, English 10,
Friday nights, bookkeeping, Class Play, Jr.
Skip Day, lunches at Mac's, field day and
M.S., Egbert, Jr. Prom . . . Want to forget:
Spanish, the bus, cave woman . . . I'll miss:
Lunches, studies, Mac's, 6th period jokes.
MICHAEL J. ROUNDS
Football 1,2,3, capt. 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Vice-
President 3; Chess Club 3,4; J.V. Show . . .
The good times: With Pam, summertime,
Junior Prom, at Nominee's in Vermont, J.V.
Show, picking apples, Trinka, J.V. basketball,
behind the plaza, York, My Babe . . . Want to
forget: Soccer freaks, football practice,
Goucho, camp, gym
afternoons in the fall.
I'll miss: Saturday
SANDRA L. RUGGIERO
Flag Football, Ski Club, Gov't Forum . . .
The good times: Hanging around with Paula
on Friday nights; going out with Mike;
Chuck's class; parties at M.C.'s house; walk-
ing into P.K.'s house at 2:30 A.M.; going to
Boston with P.L., J.B., L.O., and J.C. . . .
Want to forget: E.W. writing all over my
locker, being called down to Mr. McMahon's
office with Paula and Judy because of L.O.
and D.G.; J.C. calling late and ringing once
. . . I'll miss: Getting dismissed with P.K.
Self-defense . . . The good times: With M.S.,
S.L., 5'11", 6'1", 5' 14", S.M., R.M., D.G.,
E.G., S.P., D.R., D.S., K.J., A.K.; Captain
Zoom Zoom; goodtimes; our hockey game,
Rebells vs. Riders; Mt. Ascutney ski trip . . .
Want to forget: Small visits to office, tapes,
all fights with D.P., Buddys visit to D.S. . . .
I'll miss: Pontiac (bomber), "Joe", three hour
lunches, friends, not working, light bulbs from
Jack in the Box.
Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3
J.V. Show; Executive Board 3 . . . The goo
times: Malay's Marauders, Saturday nigh
after Thanksgiving game, Linda, Ray's steak
the day after the Jr. Prom . . . Want to forgei
Getting up at 7:00 for school, Dracut gam
1971, a certain few teachers, Mr. Kelley
crummy jokes, football practice after a los
football camp . . . I'll miss: All the good kic
I hung around with, B.C.'s great quarterback
ing, the guys always giving R.V. a hard tim
Coach's charming voice, Linda's limousine.
COLIN J. SCOVIL
Football, Senior Class Officer, J.V. Show
The good times: Mr. Gardener's English
classes, J.V. Show, Junior Beach Party, all the
good times at Sandy's with the girls. Junior
Prom, the summer night in W.H.S. parking
lot Want to forget: Frantic Fred and his
football fanatics, senior english grades, foot-
ball camps, especially I'll miss. Seeing
everybody in the halls and the lunch line, the
WAYNE S. SFERRAZZA
N.H.S. 4; Football 4; Math League 2,3,4; Art
Club 1,2,3; J.V. Show; Jr. Kiwaniian 4; Jr.
Rotarian 4; Concert Choir 4 . . . The good
times: Martha, Steve, Debbie, Ann; Scott and
Jane; P.F.; "Sam" and her locker' the Edsel
trunk and the drive-in; choir; Jack, Willie,
Oscar, Wilbur, and "Joy"; third graders and
"Santa's Village"; football camp?; Martha
and Debbie's birthday parties . . . Want to
forget: The times I found it hard to forgive
. . . I'll miss: The fantasy world of Jack, Wil-
lie, Oscar and Wilbur, but I'll never miss their
message of "Joy".
MARLENE LINDA SHRIER
Self-Defense, Patrons Drive . . . The good
times: NWDS; going to Hampton; riding
Jackie's motorcycle; going to Bridgeton;
Maine with Patty; getting my license; going to
Gloucester with Jackie; Diane R.'s party . . .
Want to forget: Lowell, coming home at 5:00
with the car, Labor Day Weekend, getting
grounded for 2 months, Kilmarnock Street
with R.S. . . . I'll miss: The hockey games in
Lawrence, Buddy, going to parties with Patty
and Donna, the Bomber, getting stuck with
Patty's car, responsibility cards, my mother's
FRANK W. SIMMONS
Student Council 2; Class President 3; Baseball
1; FootbalU; Soccer 2,3, capt. 4 . . . The good
times: J.V. Show, having soccer in second
place and football fourth, Junior Prom, J.C.,
talking with Jodi, soccer practice, Tuesdays
and Thursdays coming home with a smile,
C.K., number 26, talks with Coach F.L. . . .
Want to forget: Room 212, 28 seconds in
Lynn English, ever thinking I could be a foot-
ball player, sprints, snapping, stupid disagree-
ments with F.L., D.A. because it hurt C.K.
. . . I'll miss: Gentleman Jim, Pretzel, soccer,
Mr. Cripps' classes and the silly laugh, gym
DONNA L. SINOPOLI
Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2; Patrons Drive
. . . The good times: Lunch, the frogs, Tarn
and John, the Patrons Drive, sugar on M.K.'s
french fries, the car breaking down, the Vol-
cano, Big Jim in Mr. H's class, Sunday after-
noons, December 12, playing baseball in biol-
ogy . . Want to forget: Coming in at 7:59,
getting kicked off responsibility, C's class . . .
I'll miss: Studies and gym with M.D., all the
jokes, writing on our locker.
LORRAINE B. SLATTERY
The good times: Freshman year, Junior
Prom, cigars, Cindy D. party, Richie's house,
tea with Tootie, Plum Island, the Corvair,
Town Park, Danny, fishing, Donut Village,
Bradlees, Coffee House's Zing, New Year's
Eve party, field trip to Boston . . . Want to
forget: Being late, Little Ted and something in
between, braces, Garrett's phone call, K of C
dances, soph, year, dietetics, Lucy . . . I'll
miss: Mr. Greco and his classes, Ann's
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2 .. . The good
times: Going to class and having fun with dif-
ferent kids, warmies during activity period
. . . Want to forget: All the idiots who have
big mouths but say nothing . . . I'll miss: All
the fun I had in school in general; standing
outside before school and staring at everyone
as they walk by; the kids — Boggy, Ziggy,
Jack, Bernie, Lip, etc.
DAVID G. STEWART
SUSAN J. STARKE
The good times: Junior Prom, Paul's bus,
Cathy's apartment, "jelly doughnuts and
chocolate milk", Tommy's bike, "the red
Monte Carlo", Mrs. Cronin's English class,
6th period, lazy days, one Saturday night . . .
Want to forget: Immature people, teachers
who hassle you, getting up in the morning, 55
hours of English, being nice to people you
don't like . . . I'll miss: S.A., getting together
during studies, having a good laugh at some of
the gossip, flying snowballs, the nerve of some
people, the Gillis Woman.
Art Club . . . The good times: Art club with
Miss K., field trips to Martha's Vineyard with
the gang, "the girls from the Bronx", New-
port, the spooky library?, concerts, "Bees and
Tigers" . . . Want to forget: English seminars,
compositions, reports, projects, school lunch-
es .. . I'll miss: Everything, especially the
annual trips to Martha's Vineyard; art clubs;
Mrs. George A. Hansell III; kooky art assign-
ments; the gang.
CYNTHIA A. STONE
The good times: Good days, sunshine, living
with people, loving them; sunshine children;
fun with Lauren; feeling free in school; having
good times; being alive, learning and growing
. . . Want to forget: Bad times, imprisonment,
depression, oppression, being afraid, Wil-
mington High School, changes for the worse,
power hungry people . I'll miss: Springtime
in school; the trees, woods and the hill; people;
good times I've had; forgotten friends; people
in my past; the past is behind me, I can only
DANIEL J. STYGLES
Football 2,3,4 . . . The good times: Malay's
Marauder's, summer school, the raids at
camp, Mr. Fardy's biology class, the get to-
gethers . . . Want to forget: Football banquet
at Rocco's; trying out for basketball; football
camp; Andover, Dracut, and Burlington
games . . . I'll miss: Saturday games, Sully
fooling around, Mr. Alyward's coaching, Ray
STEVEN F. SULLIVAN
The good times: Freshman homeroom, senior
English class, "Rubber Duckie", type I, B.K.,
3" skirts, P.O.D. classes with Mr. D., 3 Vi
years of gym with Warf, fun with H.B., class
car washes, Mrs. Cronin's English classes, 3
lunches . . . Want to forget: Economics class,
day after Junior Prom, "Andover Victory
Ride in my junior year", falling asleep in class
and waking up halfway through the next class
. . . I'll miss: Being at school EVERY morn-
ing at 8:00, Mrs. Fitz' type class, Mr. D's
Debate Club, Work Study . . . The good
times: 1-1-70, skipping school and getting
caught . . . Want to forget: Salesmanship and
JANET M. SULLIVAN
Majorettes 2,3,4, capt. 4; Senior Class Play;
Art Club 1,2; Gymnastics; Future Teachers;
Junior Variety Show . . . Want to forget: Ice
cubes at the drive-ins, cast parties, Cheryl's
party, dead bodies, Memphremagog's play,
the grungimobile and nights out, Rockport,
Hampton, specimens, Mr. Skelton, York
Beach . . . Want to forget: A wicked savage
weekend, grammar, gym class and the tram-
poline, fights with Ann, pieces, chicken
"bleep", Sat. morning practices . . . I'll miss:
Two English teachers.
Art Club, Travel Club, Hockey . . . The good
times: French, Donkey Basketball, football
games . . . Want to forget: Gym, hockey,
English, bomb scares, boring studies.
ROBERT B. THOMAS
Chess, Hurdles, Freshman Football . . . The
good times: 2:15, the day Mr. Kelley didn't
give homework, being there when Ken Corum
and Mike Kaminski blew up the chem. lab.
. . . Want to forget: English, homework, Mr.
Kelley's tests . . . I'll miss: The friends I made
that I won't see again.
ANNE C. TOPPING
The good times: Watching the sunrise, fresh-
man H.R., The Ghost, tea, the dam, sleeping
out in the cemetery, S.W.P., the poems, Cin-
dy's party, the bear and dog, Friday and Do-
nut Village, field trip to Boston, the time Beth
fell asleep . . . Want to forget: E.L., Garrett's
phone call, school.
STEPHEN T. TOWER
Student Council 3, Football 1, Cross-Country
2, Science Club 2 . . . The good times:
O'Rourke's drag races, parties at Plum Is-
land, Marcho's party at his cottage, Marilee
on the snowmobile, fun with B.P., Mt. Wash-
ington auto-road with Marcho and V. in trunk
. . . Want to forget: My senior year . . . I'll
miss: Some of the folks in '73, not much else.
Cross Country, Chess Club, Outward Bound
Key Club . . . The good times: Missing classes
because of bomb scares, Mr. Cripp's P.O.D.
class, track practices when Mr. Kelley
couldn't watch us . . . Want to forget: Miss
Bocchino and French II, flunking algebra II,
not making the freshman baseball team,
weekend track practices . . . I'll miss: Miss
Bocchino as a person, Mr. Kelley's class,
muddy Thanksgiving football games (believe
it or not), all the great kids I got to know over
DAVID C. VOKEY
Football, "My Fair Lady" . . . The good
times: Having daily refreshments between
classes, teasing teachers . . . Want to forget: I
don't want to forget anything about my school
years . . . I'll miss: My three favorite teachers
— Mr. Greco, Mr. DeLuca, Mrs. Cronin; all
the good times I've had; my refreshments
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1;
Wrestling 3,4; Junior Variety Show . . . The
good times: Malay's Marauders, Junior Vari-
ety Show, weekend at North Adams, the day
after the Junior Prom . . . Want to forget:
The 18-15 loss to Dracut in '71, football camp
1970 and 1971 ... I'll miss: The football
coaches at WHS, and how they psyche you up
for a game; Joe, Sully, Mark, Paul, Artie, and
The good times: Home ec. I, 10th grade Eng-
lish class, T.R. and me fighting with Mr. Gre-
co, screaming "Hooker", trukin' with T.R.,
bomb scares . . . Want to forget: Mr. Gar-
rett's and Mr. McMahon's bad moods, ugly
brick walls, Mr. DeLuca's face and lectures,
"FOOTBALL SEASON", snobs . . . I'll
miss: My dirty locker, Fat Boy, 1st lunch,
Miss Abbood, my teddy bear, cat, turtle,
K.W. and E.G.'s stories in English, freshman
homeroom, Mr. H., heart to heart talks with
Terry about Lenny Z.
WILLIAM F. WALLER
Track . . . The good times: Beaver shooting in
the cafe, speech class . . . Want to forget:
Salesmanship with Mrs. Harvey, football
camp . . . I'll miss: Candice, Uncle Bob's
classes, Chicken Day.
BERNARD F. WAGSTAFF
Class Clown . . . The good times: From soph-
omore year on, especially Burlington hockey
games in '69; the true story of A. H. and the
water buffalos, which only a few know . . .
Want to forget: Speech class, flunking off
hockey in 71, when Fuzzy took only the se-
niors who were on the '71 "and brought forth
to this school many records"; the day Harry
took away library privileges . . . I'll miss: The
always smiling teacher standing at the door in
front of 223; bomb scares in '7 1 .
JUDITH A. WATSON
Concert Choir, Band . . . The good times:
Times with Frankie, Miss Chipman's English
class, Mrs. Cronin's English class, Jr. skip
day, Boston field trip . . . Want to forget:
L.C. and Rumors, don't want to forget any-
thing else because it was a big part of my life
and I learned a lot ... I'll miss: Mr. Cripps'
soc; most of my teachers; all my friends; gym
classes; the uncertain, messed up, exciting,
dumb, boring days of my sophomore, fresh-
man and junior years; the somewhat calm,
settled down, scary, fast senior year.
The good times: Being rowdy, watching flying
saucers in the auditorium, "last call at the
drug store" . . . Want to forget: Flunking,
working, bow ties, "water buffalos at corn fes-
tivals" . . . I'll miss Ski trips, reading the
writing on the wall in the boys' room.
JANIS M. WELCH
Softball 1,2; Ping-Pong; Newspaper; Student
Council; Gymnastics . . . The good times:
Junior Week, Junior Skip Day with C.B.,
Hampton with D.A., Junior Prom, getting
dismissed almost every other day last year . . .
Want to forget: English 12, school lunches,
gym with Miss McCarthy, P.O.D. with Geno,
shorthand homework for 3 years, the high-
class snobs . . . I'll miss: Mrs. Webber's class-
es; bringing my thermos to school; good old
Mr. Kelley; good, long talks with Moe and
the fun with the kids I've known for 4 years.
MELISSA A. WEBSTER
Art Club 1, Photography Club 3, Graphic
Arts 3, Furniture Refmishing 4, Student Gov-
ernment 4 ... The good times: John,
8/31/69, Canada, trail riding, coffee house, N
WPG, C.H. camping, horse shows, truckin'
Want to forget: Blackstone, seminars . . .
I'll miss: Rapping with Scott; lunch with
D.A., D.F., S.D., J. P., and D.M.;
Majorettes 3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Future
Teachers . . . The good times: My sophomore
and senior year, majorettes, all my classes
with S.J., Louie, weekends at North Adams,
driving the truck, freshman classes with Bren-
da, Demoulas party . . . Want to forget: Sat.
morning practices, boring Friday and Satur-
day nights, missing the Bruins and getting
stuck on the ice ... I'll miss: All my friends,
marching at the football games, biology II
with M.W., a certain English table.
MARY E. WELCH
The good times: Home ec. II; Miss D., all the
good cooking, how much I ate; English 12;
Mrs. C. for two years; all the kids in English
12; the Bedford V.A. hospital with Sullie . . .
Want to forget: The lunches; gym for making
me work hard, my home ec. class, all the argu-
ments with S.S. in Miss Falzano's room . . .
I'll miss: Teachers like Mrs. Cronin, Mr. Gre-
coe, Miss Sullivan, Miss Falzano, Mrs. Len-
nox; all the good times with S.S. and Snitzles;
Mr. Coutu at the V.A. hospital and Miss
SVEN D. WIBERG
Spring Track 2,3; Math League 2,3; Student
Council 3,4; Drama Club; Senior Play; Foot-
ball 1,2,3; Band 2,3,4 ... The good times:
Last half of our senior year, the coed physics
class, unexpected recesses during term test
week . . . Want to forget: The first 3 Vi years,
false alarms, band concerts, dances, being late
. . I'll miss: Football practice, the Coach's
melodic voice, Mr. Kelley's calculus class.
SUSAN D. WILLSON
Basketball 1,2; Debating Club; Patrons Drive
. . . The good times: Taylor's road, the store,
Halloween, Friday nights, Patrons drive, Mrs.
B.'s classes, roller skating, Sundays, Junior
Skip Day . . . Want to forget: English compo-
sitions, Mrs. L., reports, work, airport, gym
. . . I'll miss: Lunch, ride to MacDonalds ev-
ery study, S.G. picking me up every morning
with the kids, corner in C's class.
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Treasurer 1, Football Cheerleading 3, J.V.
Show . . The good times: With Mai, Julie,
Cathy, Linda; Boston; the stone wall at Mars;
my college date; Bob, Ray; my adopted sister;
my parties; high school parking lot; D.A.C.'s
car; Lauren; May, 1969 . . Want to forget:
Getting suspended for raising my hand too
much, Mr. Garrett's sympathy, T.S.H. . . .
I'll miss: Listening to all the gossip in the
school; getting together with all my friends;
Terry, Sally, Steve Lawrenson, Frankie; Mr.
Garrett's smiling face.
We slouch in depression,
run with joy.
Swallow, squinting eyes,
half open, closed.
Friends share (Cindy, Brenda, Karen)
laughs, secrets, sorrows.
Slouch in tears,
and scream for joy.
Nervous qualms suddenly can release
to forget our past,
preparing for the future.
Soccer 2; Hockey 3,4 ... The good times:
Weekends, Mrs. Cronin's English class, trip
to Gangamangos, winning a hockey game . .
Want to forget: Nothing . . . Ell miss: L.A.,
my friends, weekly haircuts, hockey,
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